From Naples we hired a car and drove along the Amalfi Coast to the Eastern side of the country: Puglia. A beautiful and tranquil part of the world, with fantastic food and architecture.
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
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
Earlier this year I took a commission across the Irish Sea in Northern Ireland, and being this was a part of the world I’d always wanted to photograph; I spent a few days after the job to shoot some personal … Continue reading
The final week of my Burmese adventure was spent in this little visited region in the South East of Myanmar, not far from the Thai border. This was a bucolic landscape of Karst hills, cave temples and misty mornings, and … Continue reading
After a lengthy bus ride from Yangon I managed to get to The Golden Rock just in time for sunset, it involved sprinting the 500 metres or so from where the bus drops tourists off to get to this viewpoint.
After Mandalay I caught a bus north to Hsipaw. Leaving the popular tourist route behind, this was a week spent in a tranquil, rural area of Burma. I hired a motorcycle and explored the local area, shooting every dawn and dusk.
I visited the famous Jade Market in Mandalay to photograph the transactions and interactions between the traders and purchasers. It was refreshing to get away from the tourist hordes I had encountered at the U-Bein Bridge the previous morning and … Continue reading
From Bagan I caught a bus to Mandalay. This city with such an iconic name is not the most pedestrian friendly, and perhaps a hard place to warm to. However I did find photographic opportunity at the famous U-Bein Bridge … Continue reading