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
Home scanning 35mm film, the quest for cheaper analogue photography, and bringing the past back to life
Getting into the details of my own analogue revival.
51km through the Cairngorms with running shoes, a lightweight pack, and a mindset that wasn't quite hiking and wasn't quite running but something distinct from both.
My traditional massive end-of-year blog post covering everything in 2022 I haven't had time to write about yet.
I have learned more about my relationship with mountains by 11 years living in Lincolnshire than I ever did when I lived in the mountains.
As an antidote to Black Friday, here's a look at a few items of personal and family significance that have stood the test of time – and which I'll continue to repair and maintain. We make true connections with very few items in our lives. Is this the most important aspect of sustainability?
"Genuine silence is rare and special in our hyper-connected era. You might discover something about yourself and the world around you if you take the time to listen."
If I could never tell anyone about this trip, never publish anything about my experience or share any of my photos, would I still put myself through this?
In March 2020, I took a leap of faith and switched camera systems to the Olympus OM-D E-M1 Mark III. A year and several thousand frames later, here's how it has helped me to grow as a photographer.
Our best issue yet, and my first at the helm, but one not without controversy.