Whilst exploring the wilds of the North East of England with the family I was able to make a quick evening foray to an iconic location for fans of Robin Hood Prince of Thieves. Nestled by Roman walls and ruins this resplendent tree stands alone looking out over the rugged landscape. Even knowing it’s there, […]
Having completely dropped off the wagon of weekly vlogs despite many promises to myself life took over. However, during our family summer away in the campervan I did manage to sneak a few forays in. In this video, I challenge myself to a “light & fast” mission to climb some mountains and take some 360 […]
Making the Wilderness Ultimate Hot Mocha This is a super quick and easy way of making a mocha out in the wild. A perfect beverage for cold nights shooting star trails with the right balance of chocolatey sweetness with a caffinated kick! All you need is; a camping stove water a sachet of instant hot […]
I have a lasting memory of being sent into the garden as a lad, with my dad’s prized Rolleiflex 35mm SLR, and told to point it at the north star (Polaris) and keep the shutter open for an hour or so. Whether my father just wanted some quiet time, or thought it might inspire the […]
Planning is now in full swing for a very exciting project this year. Chris and David are heading to Nepal to create a film about the children of the Humla region in the remote north-west of the country. We are working with Kailash Humla Children’s Home that provides education and possibilities for the future to […]
A question we often get asked at Q&As following screenings of my film “The Yukon Assignment” is ‘how could I go about doing this myself?’ When I dragged my dad on a canoe adventure in Canada’s far north (he actually jumped at the chance!) I honestly didn’t know much about film making at all. In […]
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