The good peeps at RB have done a lovely feature on urban exploration today, which is a fave hobby of mine. So, this made me realise that I had a whole bunch of urbex shots on flickr that I’d never uploaded here, so sorry to my watchers for bombarding you with my uploads :)
My friends and I regularly urbex, and while we love to photograph, we often spend most of our time sifting through the things that have been left behind (respectfully of course). You can really get a sense of the previous occupants from what they leave behind and a story can unfold before your eyes as you explore each room. We’ve discovered 150+ year old books, toys, baby furniture, 80’s gaming consoles, old newspapers and magazines, clothes still hanging in wardrobes and so much more.
Abandoned schools and asylums are …

Exciting news!

Hi guys, I know I haven’t been around much these days – I’m in hibernation mode with this miserable weather so haven’t been taking many photos of late. I’m looking forward to catching up on all your work. Anyway, some exciting news in my neck of the woods. My image Spin Cycle; has been short-listed for the astronomy photographer of the year competition, run through the Royal Observatory in Greenwich and Flickr. The Observatory has also asked me to write a tutorial on shooting star trails for their website. Will keep you posted on that one.
Press release
Results come out in September – fingers crossed!

1st sale!

I made my first RedBubble sale today so a big thank-you to the person who bought a poster of my image “Spin Cycle.” You’ve really made my day! :D

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