Africa’s Premier Ski Resort

Perched at an altitude of 3000m in the Moroccan High Atlas mountains, Oukaïmeden touts itself as 'Africa's Premier Ski Resort'. While not known for pristine powder skiing, the allure of visiting a winter sports outpost was enchanting. In January 2012, my friend Ewan (who hails from the Scottish Highlands) and I drove...

Botič transitions

In November 2011, I visited Prague. I walked the majority of the length of the Botič Stream. Starting from Průhonický Park in the foothills that lie to the south of Prague, I followed the stream all the way to it's confluence with the Vtlava River in the city centre. I observed how...

Bratislava

I visited Slovakia's capital Bratislava in October 2008, as it stood on the cusp of full entry into the EU monetary system. I saw a country striving to embrace a brash new economy while not forgetting it's traditional roots.

Carnival

Born in reaction to the UK's first widespread racial attacks, The Notting Hill Carnival has grown to be the 2nd biggest street festival in the world. In 2008 I spent two days engrossed in the carnival from start to finish. These images are an attempt to depict both the joy...

Confluence

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia's capital, can be translated as 'Muddy Confluence'. Situated on the junction of the Gombak and Klang rivers, the geographical confluence is mirrored in the ethnic diversity of the metropolis. With three major ethnic groups (Malay, Chinese and Indian) and a smattering of other minorities, a walk through...

Down South

Photographs from a short road trip through Georgia and Tennessee.

I ♥ America

A 24hr road trip from Brooklyn to Philadelphia - May 2010

Of Chance Encounters

One thing that I cherish as a photographer is the prospect of an unplanned collision - that fleeting moment when I see a person who I know I want to photograph - an initial fear, a conversation, then a short period of mutual trust before going our separate ways; sometimes...

One More Night

September 2007: 'Come to my club night on wednesday night' said Dan. I thought why not? 6 months later I was spat out of the other end with bags under my eyes and 12,000 photographs to edit. My short journey into London's indie and electro scene swiftly became addictive. Set...

Over Dark Waters

Winter in Central Ontario

Petrol Heads

There's one thing that Western Australian's have in spades, and that's space. Perth is one of the worlds most sprawling cities, stretching over 120km from North to South and covering 100,00 hectares. A side effect of this low density population is that people rely on cars to get around, which...

San Fermin

Each year in early July, the Basque town of Pamplona explodes in a week long celebration to mark San Fermin, a festival in honour of Saint Fermin, the patron saint of the Navarre region. During the opening party, the streets are a riot of sangria, music and dancing - with...

Superpit

These are troubled times for man ? increasingly we are being forced to be introspective about our role in the world and it?s ecosystems. Global warming is becoming a real threat. The boundaries of what is acceptable behaviour by corporations and individuals are the source of much discussion and rhetoric. In...

The Darkness

'Deep into that darkness peering, long I stood there, wondering, fearing, Doubting, dreaming dreams no mortal ever dared to dream before...' from The Raven - Edgar Allan Poe

Thx For The Add

I signed up to flickr.com in early 2006, with the intention of using it as a place to archive my photographs. I didn't expect that it would lead to a series of offline encounters that have led to enduring friendships. This is a record of some of the people that...

Views

Have Camera, Will Travel.

Weekenders

Throughout the summer, tens of thousands of people flock to Bournemouth at the weekends. No longer merely a quiet place to retire, Bournemouth has in the last ten years become a focus for partying. After the UK relaxed it's licensing laws a few months ago, Bournemouth was the only town...

The Dock Kitchen

Situated in a quiet corner of Ladbroke Grove, The Dock Kitchen has a growing reputation. After pioneering 'The Moveable Kitchen' - a series of pop up restaurants in unlikely locations - Head Chef Stevie Parle has made the venue his permanent home. With the premises occupying a space above the showrooms...

FitFlop

Staff portraits for footwear company FitFlop.

Göteborgs Varvet

First organised in 1980 wih 1800 competitors, the Göteborg Half Marathon (Göteborgs Varvet) has expanded over the years to the point where it is now the worlds largest half marathon, with over 63,000 competitors in 2012. As the race has grown bigger, so has the organisation involved - there are 3500 volunteers,...

SPIN

Over the last few years, fixed gear bike culture has embedded itself on the streets of London. A collaboration in with designer Christian Thümer at Signal | Noise, SPIN meets some of London's unique fixed gear bikes and owners in their own habitats.

East2West

In June of 2011, with the encouragement of a friend, I put my name forward to join 8 other slightly crazed individuals to cycle 600 miles in 6 days, from the East coast of England to the West Coast of Ireland. Our purpose? To raise awareness of male cancer, and...

The Flyover

Portraits of partygoers, performers and DJ's taken during the 2012 Notting Hill Carnival. These photographs were taken on location at The Flyover - a music and arts centre that sits in the heart of the carnival district beneath the A40 elevated motorway. For syndication of this feature please contact Picturetank.

Franchigram

Did I tell you about this girl that I met in Spain? I didn't? Maybe you'll see her over here sometime.

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FitFlop AW/2012 Reportage

Behind the scenes on FitFlop’s AW/2012 shoot, Tel Aviv.