For someone who grew up in the flatlands and was only able to get to the hills occasionally, the dream of living in the mountains was always a seductive one. My first chance came in 2008 when I was 22 years old. In 2008, I was uncertain about a lot
Calling writers, photographers, and artists! The John Muir Trust are asking for artists to submit their creative vision for wild places to be considered for their Creative Freedom exhibition. How does 'freedom for wild places' inspire you creatively? What is your creative response to the call of the wild places
BAM! That's the sound of 2023 zooming past at the speed of sound, walloping me with November and all the craziness that goes with it.
Here are some pictures from a recent short weekend in the Cairngorms with David Lintern. I've worked with David for many years on countless projects, and across multiple publications – he actually published some of my earliest professional outdoor writing, and I owe him a lot. But we'd only ever met
Join us for a night of exploration, films, photography, fantastic craft beer, and loads more. Live and onstage.
It's officially publication day for Wanderlust British & Irish Isles. I've already been hearing from readers who have put in pre-orders, and I can't wait to hear what you all think of it. (More about the book here.) Photography is a huge part of the Wanderlust series of books. Although I
Generative AI will not make you a better writer – it will destroy creative writing as a way of expressing the human experience
'People, not machines, made the Renaissance.'
I've been trying a new film stock.
A new title in the Wanderlust series.