1. The Coromandel Peninsula

    Date 28 Nov 2015
    I’ve seen coastlines on 5 different continents. Up until now, I’ve been convinced that the Wildcoast region of South Africa is untouchable as best coastline in the world. As a former Saffa, I’m a bit dissapointed to admit that it has been bumped down into second. The Coromandel Peninsula now…

  2. Whangarei

    Date 23 Nov 2015
    I’m going to leave the North Island of New Zealand with one major, unexpected impression - that of picture perfect beaches. The kind of beaches you expect to find on famous beach islands, like the Maldives.  If empty, perfect beaches appeal to you, the area around Whangarei in the Northland…

  3. The Bay of Islands

    Date 21 Nov 2015
    Our first bit of exploring in New Zealand took place in the Bay of Islands. Coming from London, this was a complete change is scenery - wide, open roads, sub-tropical weather and miles of coastline. I particularly enjoyed being woken up by bird calls rather than the morning traffic The…

  4. Auckland

    Date 21 Nov 2015
    Twenty five hours is a long time to fly. It is even longer when you have two under 3s with you! To recover, we booked 3 days in Auckland. Whilst we weren’t there to do photography, I couldn’t help spending a few hours shooting.

  5. I’ve Upgraded

    Date 09 Nov 2015
    Ever since the travel bug bit me, I’ve longed to do an extended bit of traveling. For all sorts of reasons, this has never been possible and with my son starting school soon, time was running out. I mentioned a 2 month trip to my wife who surprised me by…

  6. Four Days in London

    Date 03 Nov 2015
    I’ve just finished a shoot of London for Expedia. It happened to coincide with two days of fog that was thick enough to cancel flights to and from the capital. It also coincided with one of the most colourful autumns that I’ve experienced in London These are some of my…

  7. Slovakia

    Date 13 Jul 2015
    My favourite travel writer, Francis Tapon, spent some time exploring Slovakia and tried his best to find an ugly town. He claims that he could not. I spent one week in Slovakia photographing it for Expedia and I wasn’t any more successful. What a beautiful country Here are a few…

  8. The Czech Republic

    Date 05 Jul 2015
    When the former Soviet countries opened up to the west, Prague was the first city to be recognized as a world class destination. Since then, tourists have been thronging its streets. What many of them don’t realize is that the rest of the country is just as interesting and beautiful. …

  9. Iceland - the North

    Date 25 Jun 2015
    In the second leg of my Iceland trip (part 1 here), I explored the north east of the country. This area is less pretty but more dramatic than the more popular southern end of the island. For this reason, it is extremely popular for film sets. Akureyri, the main city…

  10. Scottish Highlands

    Date 18 Jun 2015
    Living in London, the temptation is always to travel to places that are further afield than Scotland. One tends to overlook that a world class destination right on our doorstep. With my recent visit, this outlook was blown away. I photographed the Highlands and a few of the Isles for…

  11. Iceland 2015

    Date 17 Jun 2015
    I spent 8 very cold days photographing Iceland for Expedia in the beginning of June for what was supposed to be the start of summer. Although I didn’t get the weather that I was hoping for, Iceland still ridiculously beautiful and thanks to Game of Thrones, a lot more crowded. …

  12. Unexpected Bratislava

    Date 13 May 2015
    Prague, Rome, Paris - those three cities would be my recommendation for those visiting Europe for the first time. For anyone else looking for something unexpected or a bit off the usual tourist trail, Bratislava would be my number one recommendation What comes to mind when you think of Bratislava.…

  13. Gdansk

    Date 25 Apr 2015
     Gdansk was the last city I visited as part of my Poland trip for Expedia and what a great way to end! Gdansk is an interesting mix of Amsterdam and Brugge with a slight Swedish influence on the architecture. It is a fascinating city, rich in stories, both ancient and…

  14. Poznan

    Date 23 Apr 2015
    Poznan was the fourth Polish city I visited for Expedia after Warsaw, Krakow and Wroclaw. Unfortunately, I only had a short time to explore the city (half a day), but the time was enough to convince me that Poznan is a world class city, well worth visiting Interior of the…

  15. Wroclaw

    Date 22 Apr 2015
    The Bishop’s Palace on Cathedral Island. Cathedral Island as viewed from the Cathedral Tower. The main bridge leading to Cathedral Island.  The bridge still has bullet holes from WWII. Students enjoying the view of the university from Student Island. There are hundreds of these gnomes spread throughout the city. The…

  16. Krakow

    Date 21 Apr 2015
    I spent an incredible two weeks in Poland as part of a job for Expedia. After Warsaw, I got to visit Krakow, one of Europe’s best preserved medieval cities. As it turned out, it was the contemporary art, architecture and food scene that impressed me the most MOCA - contemporary…

  17. Warsaw

    Date 19 Apr 2015
    Poland has some great, trendy options for eating out. This was one of the first suspension bridges in Poland and featured in many of the rom coms made in Poland. The National Stadium, built for the Euro tournament. The public transport system is excellent in Warsaw. Most of the museums…

  18. In Retrospect

    Date 05 Aug 2014
    For the first time since February, I’ve got a few days off. It’s basically half way through the year, so I picked out some of my favourite images since February. I try do this as often as possible as it make it shows me where I need to improve and…

  19. Venice - Candid

    Date 03 Jul 2014
    This is exactly what it looks like - me hiding in a tunnel, waiting for people to walk past. Hopefully, it appeals to the people watchers out there.

  20. Bologna - Authentic Italy

    Date 28 Jun 2014
    I had a spare couple of hours in Bologna, so I decided to walk around with my camera without any ideas of what and how I should photograph. One of the features of Bologna that I’ve loved is how full the old town is of locals, living, working and enjoying…

  21. Switzerland - Road Tripping

    Date 17 Jun 2014
    I had a two hour drive from Interlaken to Locarno in Switzerland. It is only a 75km drive, but it goes through the Alps, which means you need to drive slowly. It is spectacularly scenic and for that reason, many people do the drive just for fun. Here are the…

  22. Switzerland - Lake Geneva

    Date 12 Jun 2014
    I had a 2 hour drive to do after spending the sunset here (at 10pm), but it was so worth it. Switzerland turning on the magic.

  23. Switzerland - Geneva

    Date 09 Jun 2014
    I’ve spent a couple of days in Geneva, enjoying the Swiss, summer sun. What impresses me most about Geneva is how much the locals seem to enjoy outdoor life. Whether its an outdoor picnic at night along the banks of the lake or a long distance swim, everyone seems to…

  24. Turkey - Goreme

    Date 28 May 2014
    I’m nearing the end of a month long trip to Greece and Turkey for Expedia. I planned the trip to end with Goreme, Cappadocia as it is one of my favourite places in the world and I always try to finish well Last night, I planned to spend the evening…

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