Flame Towers, Baku, Azerbaijan

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

2017 – Best 12 Photographs of the Year

Landscape near Hpa-an at dawn, Kayin State. Myanmar, Asia

This is a retrospective blog looking back on the last 12 months. I’ve gone through the years work and picked out my personal favourite pictures which tell the story of 2017. The year began in Morocco, we began in Tangier … Continue reading

The Balkans – Bosnia & Hercegovina Travel Photography

Stari Most Bridge at night, Mostar, Bosnia & Hercegovina

Many of my trips are inspired by a location I’ve seen and become captivated by, this trip to the Balkan region of south east Europe was more a case of putting a pin in a map, visiting a part of … Continue reading

Naples, Italy

Vespa Moped, Naples, Italy, Europe

8 Days in this divine part of the world, enjoying the fine food and beautiful architecture. Here are a selection of my favorite images the first few days exploring Naples, a city often overlooked in favour of its more illustrious … Continue reading

The Balfron Tower – Nikon 19mm PC-E F/4 Lens review

Since moving to the Poplar area 10 months ago I’ve been fascinated with the Balfron Tower which is a few hundred metres from my home. The building was designed by the Hungarian architect Erno Goldfinger and completed in 1967. It … Continue reading


Over new years we escaped cold London for North Africa, however it wasn’t much warmer in Morocco. Still, there were Imperial Cities to investigate and tagines to consume. I’ve become somewhat a veteran of Morocco, this being my 4th visit, but … Continue reading

One Day in Amsterdam

I caught a train from Rotterdam to Amsterdam for my first visit to the most populous city in The Netherlands, (can’t believe I hadn’t already been). This was during my trip to Rotterdam (last summer) so I was in an Architectural … Continue reading

Rotterdam, The Netherlands

Until the middle of the nineteenth century, Rotterdam was a modest town in the shadow of Dordrecht, Delft and Schiedam. The dam in the river Rotte, from which the city took its name was built around 1270. The railway links … Continue reading

Budapest, Hungary

The Hungarian capital of Budapest was so named in 1873 when the west banks of the Danube River, Buda and Óbuda, were united with Pest on the eastern side. Known as the Pearl of Danube, the city of Budapest has … Continue reading