Category: Personal work

The Other Side: Life in the Heel

It’s been a while since I posted any of my landscape work, but I shot these pictures a while back while visiting a friend who lives at the…



The Other Side — Alpine Dreams: The Wild Part 3


Landscapes again, and the last in my Alpine Dreams series from the French and Swiss Alps.

If you’d like to buy any prints of these shots, you can do…



The Other Side — Alpine Dreams: What We Left Behind

Some more images from my Alpine Dreams series of landscapes and scenes from the western Alps, this time focusing on all the bits and pieces mankind has left behind…



The Other Side — Alpine Dreams: The Wild Parts 1 & 2

Returning to the natural world, some new shots and prints released from my Alpine Dreams series, taking in everything from the forests of the pre-Alps to the super-high, super-cold…



The Other Side: Granite and Geysers

It’s back to Iceland for a second set of prints from one of the world’s more extraordinary landscapes (click the link above if you’d like to browse the store).

Going through these…



Ice and Steam

The first of two sets of shots from a circumnavigation of Iceland (this sounds glamorous but anyone who’s been will know there’s actually no other…



Where the wind blows…

There are few places in the world quite like Dungeness.

The only official desert in Britain, it’s dependably gloomy, creepy, desolate and, what with being sandwiched between a nuclear power station…



The Road to Serfdom

So, frequent collaborator, makeup artist and all-round creative whirlwind, Siwan Hill, called me up.

“I need to do some effects,” she said.  “What can we do with effects?”

“Effects?”

“You know, blood, gore, carnage, that sort of thing.”

“I dunno,” I said, “but I’d quite like to do the evolution of man… You know,…



Too much life: out-takes from the raw series

My last post was all about how I asked my models to look stoned and brain dead.

That, as it turned out, is a surprisingly difficult thing to pull off.

So herewith a few outtakes from the raw series in which people failed to look like zombies.



Zombies wear Gap

A series over a year in the making, a while back I realised I’d fallen into the trap many photographers end up in in the early years after they turn pro.

I’d become so het up about things like correct framing, exposure, focus, lighting and all the other technical titbits that…