Here's a few recent images and articles that I've most enjoyed, and I think you might too...
At 10am this morning I'm lucky enough to be talking live about my recent expeditions and adventures on BBC Radio Devon..
Here's an image from the Empty Quarter. I'm not old fashioned enough to take photographs in black & white, and considering that by nature the desert is quite simple and plain..
We had been bouncing along in the 4x4's since first light. Progressively the road turned from tarmac to gravel to sand, and then with the minarets of Al Hashman fading back into the heat haze..
Sometimes science seems boring. It can be difficult to connect the apparently disparate effort in the field, to the long term goals and achievements.
I've never celebrated the same thing so many times. Acceptance, submission, peer review, successful review, official acceptance, proof reading and at long last; publication..
It's no excuse really, but photography in the UK has always seemed dull, a little tame perhaps..
“Anywhere else in the world, and there would be a hotel here.” Terry said to me one day, as we stood watching the waves breaking. The huge imposing cliffs of the Dhofar Mountains stood behind us, one of the last refuges of the Arabian Leopard..
I met up with a friend from Offshoot Films yesterday, and thought I would share one of their most fantastic recent creations.
It's been a month since we arrived back at Heathrow, weary from the expedition, but elated at how much we managed to achieve in that time..
Information on booking me as a speaker for talks and events.
Here's a few recent images and articles that I've most enjoyed, and I think you might too.