Welcome to my world. I'm a freelance photographer based in Brighton, UK and this blog tells you all about where I've been, what I'm doing now and where I'm going.
I've just come back from Snowdonia after covering The Brutal 2017, billed as the toughest triathlon in the world. This year did indeed incorporate a Triple which some competitors actually nailed. I can barely walk and all I did was document it so all I can say is that it was an honour and a privilege to photograph everyone who participated. Below are a few of my favourite shots.
Yesterday saw me charging around Eastbourne and Beachy Head covering all manner of cycling related races. Here are a few of my favourite pics, including one from the start of the international Penny Farthing race - I never knew there was such a thing!
Below are a few of my personal favourites from my recent circumnavigation around Iceland. It is an utterly, jaw droppingly, breathtakingly incredible country with the terrain and weather changing at almost ever turn. During my 8 day stay I experienced craggy mountains, glistening glaciers, verdant pastures, alien craters and dramatic coastlines in blazing sunshine, snow storms, sand storms, gusts of over 107mph and then back to blazing sunshine. If you like the Great Outdoors then this is Heaven...or perhaps Valhalla ...
Yesterday found me behind the scenes and out beside the (very dusty!) track at Arlington Stadium. I wanted to capture some images as part of a personal project - below are a selection of my favourites.
With thanks to Bob Dugard and Martin Dugard for permission to gain access to where I wanted to be.
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Last weekend I was the PR photographer for a 40 mile charity walk which started at midnight at Devil's Dyke and ended ...some time later ...at Beachy Head! My remit was to provide imagery which gave a feel for what it was like to take part (in a cheerful way!) and to show participants in the landscape.
It was a really, really well organised event consisting mainly of corporate teams, raising funds for children's medical research. Well done everyone - you were all stars - 40 miles of walking in one go does hurt and to do that with a smile on your face is a remarkable achievement. Thank you to everyone I tagged along with on the route.