November 16, 2019

The last weekend of October 2019 was incredibly wet. The kind of wet that’s been building over a season, and goes beyond the typical stereotype of a rainy UK. Staffordshire is not the only place that has faced interruption due to rain and flooding recently, but then th...

October 1, 2019

We spent the last day of September rambling around North Wales taking in the sights of a wet, chilly autumn, and breathing in the fresh mountain air. Even damp days can be good for exploring! 

Happy Fall.

September 10, 2019

Our hearts pound as we plod our way up the mountain. 

There is nothing quite like climbing a mountain; the taste of clouds, and the feeling of them burning like a cool fire in your lungs. 

There is nothing quite like an adventure to a somewhat familiar, but somewhat dist...

May 25, 2019

Photography is one of those wonderful pastimes where you can lose yourself in your own tiny back garden; discovering all the little details which make life refreshing. 

May 18, 2019

Gardening has long been the art of curating - and in many cases, taming - the landscape; but landscapes have stories older than human interaction, and often the wilder landscapes defy our curation, or require a different flavour of custodianship.

Enter Hafod E...

April 17, 2019

Last Saturday I was fortunate to visit Quarry Bank Mill, a property owned by the National Trust near Styal in Cheshire.

It was my first visit, and I was in awe of the scope of the property which told a vast and complex story. The wealthy Greg Family who owned the cotton...

April 7, 2019

We’re at that time of year where everything is springing back to life, and fresh greenery is pushing out of its hard winter shell.

This will be the sixth British Spring I’ve witnessed, and I am just as eager and delighted as the first spring I experienced on the lush gr...

September 18, 2018

As the wheel of the year turns we find ourselves at harvest time once again. Those of you who follow me on social media probably know that it’s my favorite time of year by the increase of Autumn themed pictures popping up on your feeds. 

You probably have also seen more...

August 17, 2017

This is a mini series of photographs I've created using natural light and "little things" I find in my garden. All of the objects must fit on a page of my sketchbook; otherwise they are deemed too large. By isolating each object in a small picture plane, I hope to draw...

April 15, 2017

Our first visit to Shugborough Estate in Staffordshire. So excited to see how this magical place will evolve in the care of the National Trust.

 

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