Llyn Padarn

The journey to Snowdon

I’ve been visiting North Wales all my life. As a family we would take our caravan to Anglesey as often as possible. Unfortunately I have no real memories of these trips outside the smell of coffee and the sound of my parents talking as I’d […]

LFC Victory Parade

Over the weekend my wife and I went to Birmingham for the UK Games Expo. We were mainly there for the world’s only live action video game called ‘The Dark Room’. It’s based on a 1980s text based adventure game and hugely entertaining. While we […]

Light Night 2019

Light Night is one of, if not the best cultural night of the year. Over 100 events in the space of 5 hours. For the past 5 years I’ve been commissioned by Open Culture to document the event. I get 10 minutes per event to […]

Walking round London

I’m a Thor sized man and yet whenever I go to London I’m invisible on the pavement. It ashtonishes me just how many times someone walks into me. I am forever moving out of people’s way as they walk towards me. A simple walk around […]

Lost Castles in Merseyside

You know that old saying that kids prefer to enjoy the box the Christmas present arrived in more so than the actual Christmas present? This is that x1000. The project is by French artist Olivier Grosset?te and aimed to create monumental structures based on medieval […]

Portrait of Britain

I am thrilled to announce that a portrait I made, as part of my year long documentary project about Port Sunlight, has been selected as one of the top 200 photos in the ‘Portrait of Britain’ competition. It will be included in the ‘Portrait of […]