One morning I was hunting sunrise on the South Kent Coast and I’d decided to take a section of the coast path that was unfamiliar to me. I’d been unable to find a parking spot and eventually just jammed the car into a sketchy lay-by and literally ran for the best part of a mile with my heavy camera pack to try to find a composition in time for the rebirth of the day.Read More
This morning was a challenge.
I was up at 4.45am (yep as the days get longer, capturing the dawn becomes a MISSION, people!) and once again headed down to the Warren at Folkestone to see what the skies would yield. It’s quite a trek to get down to the beach, especially after rain, and I slid, skittered and squelched down to sea level.Read More
The weather’s been poor for the past few days, but this morning I headed down to The Warren at Folkestone to see what I could shoot at Sunrise. I can’t believe how quickly the days are drawing out! All of a sudden, a 6 am arrival on location is almost too late for the light.Read More
Storm Erik packed a real punch yesterday down on the Kentish Coast, and I was there with my camera to attempt to capture some of its thrilling energy.Read More
This week I've been back on the Kentish Coast with my camera in hand. One of the most valuable lessons I was reminded of while shooting in Iceland was not to be afraid to turn your back to the view.Read More
The thrill I feel as the alarm call cuts through my slumber never diminishes. The night before I’d feverishly checked my phalanx of weather Apps and GPS locators and meticulously planned the morning ahead, but inevitably when boots hit the ground, the best-laid plans change.Read More