From Saint Petersburg I caught the Sapsang Bullet Train, managed to bag one of the last seats on that days train to Moscow, (book in advance if you’re doing this route!) The weather was poor, but one doesn’t visit Russia … Continue reading →
The Russian metro, or Underground system as we call it here in London, is the world’s most beautiful transport network. Built in the Soviet era as a subterranean ornate network for citizens to enjoy on their travels. The Moscow Metro … Continue reading →
Russia had been on my list for a long time, and finally made it in November 2019. I had 1 week and did the classic St Petersburg and modern Moscow, taking the Sapsang bullet train between the two iconic cities.
With 6 hours to kill at Bahrain airport before our flight to Sri Lanka we investigated the possibility of getting a visa and entering the capital city Manama, for about £10 you can get an on the spot visa – … Continue reading →
Its that time of year again – taking stock and looking back; here are my personal favourite shots from the last 12 months… Shot on a cold January sunrise – I wanted the first warm light of the day catching … Continue reading →
2 days in September exploring the sights of the Austrian capital city Vienna. I was particularly looking to photograph the architecture, from the old and classical such as the Austrian National Library and Opera Houses, to the modern Vienna University … Continue reading →
Back in August I won a commission to photograph a set of buildings in the former Soviet country Azerbaijan. I took some time before and after the job to shoot my own personal work in this fast changing place. Azerbaijan … Continue reading →