Sanctuary Retreats - Egypt
I recently travelled to Egypt for Sanctuary Retreats, shooting promotional for their Nile Cruise packages. Travelling between Aswan and Luxor on Sun Boat IV we shot a variety of interiors, experiences and excursions available.
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Audi Magazine - Tel Aviv
Commissioned by Northstar publishing for the Audi customer magazine, I shot a feature in Tel Aviv about the (relatively) booming popularity of veganism. A week spent exploring different areas of the city, particularly the bustling promenade. Very pleased to feature on the cover of the magazine too.
Sunday Times Travel Magazine - Istanbul
Istanbul is one of my favourite cities to visit and photograph; I always get carried away shooting on and around the Galata Bridge. Before this i was there over a bitterly cold winters; this time the height of summer. Visit new areas around Balat distrcit as well as some familair sights which always promise great shots …
Lonely Planet Magazine - Sri Lanka
This is the second time i’ve been to Sri Lanka, and I loved it as much as the first time i visited. I headed to the lesser-travelled northern province to the city of Jaffna, stopping along the way at the hugely impressive temples at Anuradhapura and Mihintale.
Lonely Planet has named Sri Lanka as the top destination of 2019 so it was great to feature on the cover.
Lonely Planet Magazine - Tokyo
Tokyo is a city like no other i’ve been to, and it’s brilliant. This was my second time there and I spent 8 days moving around the city seeking out the weird and wonderful, and often uniquely Japanese, and had a fantastic time. Robot restaurants, cat temples, maid cafe’s … Godzillas on rooftops.
Sunday Times Travel - Ireland
For some reason I had never made it to Ireland, until now. Shooting for Sunday Times, it was a great introduction driving the Wild Atlantic Way, 2,500km along the west coast. It has so many dramatic highlights, like the Cliffs of Moher and Slieve League, but my absolute favourite was and the end of the Dingle peninsula. These 3 images were taken about 1km apart, a moment where nature largely did my job for me; the light, landscape and weather was phenomenal.