A universe within the ice. Finally after a week of sub zero temperatures I got to walk on the ice in Berlin 😍 terrifying but magic. #shotoniphone #berlin
Happy Friday! — that time the fisherman caught me inside his net. 😬
Fisherman taking a smoke break early morning on the peaceful Inle Lake, Myanmar — I think this is one of my favourite portraits from the trip. I felt lucky to come across these guys in this situation but then I realised how much resear
From a cold but sunny wander this morning around Berlin. David was assisting me on a shoot but I decided to turn the lens his way. Set myself some new photography goals this year and forcing myself to take portraits as frequently as possibl
Fisherman at sunset — I wrote some words about my recent “Moments of Myanmar” campaign, share some photos, and offer some tips on how I shot. It’s up on my blog now via the link in my profile. Cheers!
But first coffee, and more coffee — after 3 months away from home I spent my final night of travelling staying at The Old Clare Hotel in Sydney. Fitted with vintage furnishing and offering a heated rooftop pool was quite the way to bow
Local cow-and-cart taxi man in Mingun, Mandalay, Myanmar.
I think he looked concerned as he wasn’t quite sure how to best sell his service to tourists with his broken use of English whilst at the same time trying not to come across
Balloon rides over the temples of Bagan — for sure one of the most incredible mornings I have had in my entire life. What a magical place Bagan is.
#MomentsofMyanmar #D5600 #Nikon #NikonD5600
Being from the U.K. I was intrigued with the monks in Myanmar, but also they themselves were quite fascinated with me — being 6ft3 with a huge red beard is something quite novel to them. Here this monk had asked for my picture so in re
Last light in Bagan. It was so much fun driving around Bagan on a motorcycle and stopping at impromptu moments to capture scenes such as this moment where the light magically glowed through the trees. The dust and dirty roads making the sce
One of my highlights of my trip to Myanmar was the stunning Inle Lake. Truly one of the wonders of SE Asia. Capturing the local traditional fisherman whilst on the job was fascinating and fun. At one point I somehow managed to convince one
Getting to know all kinds of friendly locals here in Myanmar!
— In all seriousness the kindness of the Myanmar people was a true highlight of my visit here. I felt so welcomed and safe at all times and their smiles are super infectiou
A monk running to service at the huge and decaying Prathodawgyi Pagoda, Mingun. This incomplete monument is the remains of project by a former king who wanted to build the biggest monument in the world. The king stopped the project due to a
Monks and tourists taking photos at sunset along the U-bein Bridge, Mandalay — the world’s longest wooden footbridge. The Nikon D5600 has great low light shooting capabilities, with an ISO range of 100-25600, and an expanded ISO s
I’m really excited to finally share my photos from a recent trip to Myanmar in collaboration with @Nikonschooluk! Ever since travelling solo to South East Asia at the age of nineteen I’ve dreamt of exploring the vibrant country of
All the alleys and corners of Italy <3 I can say without a doubt I shall be back again in 2018. In all my visits to this county I’ve not even been to Rome and I need to rectify that. And Sicily has always been high on my list of places
The impressive Florence Duomo — I spontaneously took a trip to this Italian city in 2017 and it was a surprise highlight of the year. Such a beautiful place and I recommend going in spring when vegetation surrounding the city comes out
A favourite from last year [but with a different crop]. Excited to visit again in 2018. I love having family based across Europe — although my parents still voted for Brexit 🤦🏼♂️
All our dreams can come true, if we have the courage to pursue them - Walt Disney.
Happy new year everyone! Delayed much? Yes. I know. My stomach bug and fever got progressively worse here in Myanmar. To the point where I had to stumble
These guys are pretty damn chill. Stopped off at a wildlife sanctuary whilst heading up the East Coast of Australia and got to tick off numerous things off the bucket list. Not only getting up close with Kangaroos but also having the chance