When your friends are biologists, geologists, or any other '-ists'- you come across interesting parts of the world which you otherwise wouldn't notice. Mike was studying beetles in local habitats, and had a little collection of samples. He wanted photos, I wanted to meet the beetles. We did a quick and simple handheld documentation of the group.Read More
"Do we need a raincoat?"
"Nah, I think we'll be back before it hits"
...and that's how this adventure with Mike and Ed (the Adventure Dog) began. It was a breezy morning with an early-ish start. Rain and thunder were on the menu for later in the afternoon, but we weren't expecting to be out at that time.Read More
I recently rented a 24mm Tilt-Shift lens for a week of Interior shoots. I've wanted one of these lenses for ages, but the price tag is slightly restricting. But a week's worth of shooting allowed for a bit of extra time for gear testing in Zürich. I took a quick stroll around the ETH campus and here are some results.Read More
The Sustenpass, on the border of Kanton Uri and Bern, is a pretty spectacular place. It's awesome, in the most literal sense. From the first few turns of the winding alpine road to the enormous boulders laying beneath the various glaciers- this place has a lot in store.Read More