Review: Saal Digital acrylic glass print

One of my favourite things to do soon after I've returned from holiday is start going through my photos. Normally they end up going into an album on Facebook, a gallery on this blog and into one of my many scrapbooks with ticket stubs and leaflets. Recently however I had the opportunity to do something [...]

Review: Hobbiton movie set tour

Tiny green and yellow doors into hobbit holes. Ale. The Green Dragon Inn. Rolling fields and glorious countryside. An extortionate entry price and a huge amount of selfies. It can only be Hobbiton, the New Zealand movie set used for both The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit trilogies. It was way up there [...]

Gallery: Volunteering in Nicaragua

In 2009 I left school and spent three weeks of my summer volunteering in Nicaragua in Central America. Unlike a lot of my trips which are focused on seeing the attractions and landscapes, these early photos from when I was just getting interested in photography contain many faces of the people I met in Nicaragua. [...]

Mini adventure: dragons and beaches

I'm a big fan of the concept of mini adventures, or micro adventures as Sebastian Solberg likes to call them. The idea is simple: It’s easy to get bogged down by all the day-to-day pressures and get stuck in a continuous cycle of work and life commitments. However, having new experiences and pushing ourselves out [...]