Wednesday, September 30, 2009

EUroad tripping

About this time last year I was on my way back from a surf trip through France and Spain with my friend Krede, an old housemate who was over visiting from West Australia. The month long road trip was bi-polar: if anything could go wrong then it did, but we scored some incredible surf and I came away with some good photos. We ended up at Mont Saint-Michel having missed a ferry due to various reasons, so used the spare day until the next sailing to go sight-seeing, and arrived here early in the morning.
On the way back to the port the bolts on one of the wheels on our van sheared off, which just about sums it up.

Tuesday, September 22, 2009


I've been asked a few times now what the title of this blog's in Cornish so it's no surprise that nobody understands as unfortunately it's a dead language. Roughly translated it means "The Land And The Sea", so here to accompany my explanation is a photo of the land meeting the sea at the end of my road on a beautiful Spring day in Cornwall.

Saturday, September 5, 2009


If, by some twist of fate, any of you happen to be in or around Philadelphia over the coming weeks or months(?) then swing by the Sedso Design Group Gallery where a few of my images are being displayed as part of the "Place Your Art Here" show. It opened last night, and I missed out on the arty boozing and schmoozing for exhibitors because it's a long way to go from Cornwall...

Or check out the gallery on the website...
Sedso Design Group Gallery - Space 75 at The Piazza1050 North Hancock Street, Philadelphia,
Pa 19146

Friday, September 4, 2009

It started with a click...

I guess most things start with an intro...

I like making photographs.

This photography blog is supposed to go hand in hand with my website in order to provide a little bit of detail: the stories behind the images; the debates that they illustrate or spark; a new project that I may be shooting; details of exhibitions maybe; perhaps other images from a trip or series that didn't make it onto the website galleries, or finally the work of friends and peers whose work captivates and inspires me.

I hope you like it...