Shooting Rapeseed Fields | Landscape Photography

Bright sunny days are in many ways the worst weather conditions for landscape photographers. Having missed my morning 4am alarm for an early sunrise I thought long and hard about effective locations that I could still visit during the harsh […]

Is Sigiriya Overrated? | Travel Photography | Sri Lanka

In the final instalment (part 5) of my Sri Lanka travel photography vlogs I continue to explore key attractions in the cultural heartlands of the north. Sigiriya rock is perhaps the most famous tourist attraction in the entire country therefore […]

Shooting Ancient Ruins in Crazy HEAT | Sri Lanka

In part 4 of my Sri Lanka travel photography vlogs I leave the mountains behind and push north into the top end of the country. My journey begins in the city of Kandy renowned as the cultural heart of the […]

Climbing Adam’s Peak (Sri Padaya)

In part 3 of my Sri Lanka travel photography vlogs I climb the sacred and legendary mountain Adam’s Peak (Sri Padaya) to take images of the sunrise from the summit. The climb started at 2am in the morning and involved […]

Tea, Trains & Elephants | Sri Lanka

In part 2 of my Sri Lanka travel photography vlogs I leave the south coast behind and travel north into the central mountains. The journey begins with a visit to the outstanding elephant packed Udawalawe National Park where I turn […]

Exploring Tropical Beaches | Sri Lanka

In part 1 of my series of travel photography vlogs focusing on the beautiful country of Sri Lanka, I visit the stunning south coast and tropical beaches of the island. Watch me explore the memorable colonial city of Galle, search […]

Exploring Remote Woodland Ruins

This week’s landscape photography vlog follows my hike into dense and isolated woodlands in the hills of the Isle of Man searching for forgotten ruins deep in the forest. This is a corner of the island I have never visited […]

Tracking down Isle of Man wallabies!

In this video I visit the Curraghs which is a large and untamed wetland area in the north of the Isle of Man. The Curraghs is perhaps best known for its ‘wild’ population of wallabies…yep, you read that right. A […]

Battling Sub Zero Conditions

The “Beast from the East” winter weather dumped heavy snow over pretty much the whole of Britain…apart of course the Isle of Man! We still however got the brutally cold sub zero conditions and a tiny dusting of the white […]