I love them. And right now, you are probably doing one of two things. Either nodding in agreement, your mind bringing forth a vision of a warm Mediterranean evening, the paving under foot still warm from the heat of the day, the final rays of sunshine slipping below the horizon and cicadas beginning to chirp. […]
Travel tips and advice from a photographer and writer
I'm not a Travel Blogger, let me make that clear at the outset! However, I am lucky enough to travel in my work quite frequently, so it began to make perfect sense to write about some of the locations I've travelled to, how I am able to enjoy the process of travelling (the trick is in packing super light) and also some of the great people I have met along the way.
I hope you enjoy the journey.
If you love motorsport, track driving or those lovely European autoroutes and alpine passes, then you may well think that the centre of Paris is somewhere to avoid like the plague. In fact, driving in Paris is something that everyone should experience at least once in their lives, even if it’s only from the passenger […]
For most people in the UK, the idea of driving on ice fills them with dread. The prospect of driving on a frozen lake simply scales up that paranoia with the added terror of drowning through a hole in the ice, to a cold watery grave. What’s not to like? In fact, driving on a […]
This is Sweden in the summertime. Most of the times I’ve been to Scandinavia it’s been in winter time, almost always because I’ve been working with my friends at Ice Driver. This was shot from the back of the car looking rearwards, simply because the roads in this part of Sweden are stunning all year […]
Sitting in a Tapas bar in Sitges in September, the thud of explosions outside made me put down the ice cold Estrella and take a look. There’s a well known phrase, invented by Chase Jarvis, that the Best Camera is the one you have in your hand when you need to shoot something. Tonight, it […]
If you’re heading south into France from the UK this summer and your journey involves Le Mans, Paris, Bordeaux or any part of the southern reaches of France, then we have to share with you our preferred method of crossing that water between the UK and France. And best of all, it doesn’t involve the […]
Last summer marked the 100th Anniversary of the start of the Battle of the Somme in Europe. On 1st July 1916, the Allies began an offensive that saw more than 19,000 men killed on the first day. As part of the commemorations, I travelled to northern France with The Yorkshire Air Museum. They were asked […]
Anyone who has visited the Le Mans Museum right alongside the circuit entrance will be left with a burning desire to go and investigate the Mulsanne Straight. The desire to own a grey Porsche 911, stop half way down and light up a Gitance while resting your backside on the ARMCO is a feeling that […]