For over a decade, I have been writing an opinion column for Outdoor Photography Magazine in the UK
Here is a selection of those columns which can be downloaded by clicking on the image and read at your leisure
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"Wandering down a hidden ginnel in the heart of Gion, Kyoto’s revered geisha district, my head is still spinning from daily doses of a samurai soap opera I have become mildly obsessed with .............."
"It was a delicate operation, swirling the hand carved wooden bowls through thick muddy water. The red silt was heavy and the prize nuggets, illusive. My local guide, Young Matuto from Bulawayo was clearly uneasy being here but understood the need for me to photograph the small scale miners .........."
"Hasan was a gold merchant in the humming bazaars of Tehran. I had met his father in London whilst photographing a story about Iranian exiles for the Evening Standard. Hasan was under strict orders to look after us as Iran opened its doors for the first time in many years .......... "
“They may not come this morning” John said. Keeping a sharp eye out, even his border collie looks despondent. A fine mist is creeping in from the valleys and the cloud base begins to lower again as we approach the southern slopes of Great Whernside .......... "