Vlog#6 – Wild Camping at Ditsworthy WarrenDartmoor National Park, Devon Latest vlog, wild camping at Ditsworthy Warren on Dartmoor National Park in Devon.
Hiking the Shaugh Prior circular walk from Shaugh Bridge to Cadover Bridge on Dartmoor National Park in Devon.
My latest travel vlog, hiking to Ditsworthy Warren on Dartmoor National Park in Devon which was also the location for the film War Horse.
A short vlog of our walk from Whitsand Bay to Rame Head in Cornwall.
A short vlog of our walk from Crockernwell near Exeter to Fingle Bridge which is over the River Teign near Drewsteignton, within Dartmoor National Park in Devon.
A short vlog of our walk to Llyn Llydaw in Snowdonia National Park, Wales.
Pleased to announce that more of my time-lapse photography which was shot around the Wheal Betsy tin mine area of Dartmoor National Park.
Pleased to announce that some of my time-lapse photography which was shot around Dartmoor National Park has been used in a recent episode of Wilderness Walks with Ray Mears.
It's hard to believe that 9 years ago Boscastle in Cornwall was at the centre of attention after a major flood which nearly destroyed this small fishing village. Thankfully it didn't and after a long recovery the village is now looking amazing and is well worth a...
The Wheal Betsy on Dartmoor which is situated just off the A386 between Okehampton and Tavistock in Devon.
This is the the last standing engine house on Dartmoor and is a fabulous place to visit not only for its views, but for the location itself which is a great reminder of our once thriving mining history on the moor.
A timelapse film from around Burrator Reservoir, Dartmoor in Devon. Dedicated to all walkers, runners and cyclist who enjoy the beautiful surroundings of Burrator Reservoir, come rain or shine.
Dartmoor is one of my favourite places for photography and with many landmarks having legends and ghost stories associated with them, is another reason why I love it so much. Okehampton Castle is one of these places on the moor which not only has a great deal of...
Appuldurcombe House on the Isle of Wight had taken us by complete surprise. Having read nothing about this location prior to visiting, despite having a guide book from the English Heritage, we were completely shocked to see that the house was nothing but a shell. How...
Its been a few years since we last had a family holiday on the Isle of Wight and this time we did a bit more exploring around the Island and joined up as members of the English Heritage. Our first visit was at Carisbrooke Castle in Newport which is famous for where...
A short film submitted to Philip Bloom’s challenge on Vimeo for a single object.
Decided to make a short of my own clock and although not the best clock in the world, it was ideal for making something out of nothing. It was filmed on the Canon 7d, and as I didn’t have a decent macro lens, I used a 50mm lens with close-up lenses.
A place I’ve always wanted to visit, and having heard so much about and viewed so many amazing photos, the Lake District was to be our destination for this year’s holiday. We did our research and with Buttermere coming up as one of the best locations to visit, we were booked and ready for our long journey from Plymouth.
As a member of the National Trust, you get the opportunity to visit some of Britain's greatest heritage sites and Lanhydrock House in Cornwall is one of these beautiful locations you must visit if you live or are planning to visit Cornwall in the near future. The...
You would think that a castle in England which is regarded as 'Britain's last castle' would be a place which dates back centuries and had seen its fair share of battles throughout its time. Instead you might be surprised to learn, like me, that Castle Drogo in...
I’ve recently worked on another behind the scenes project, ‘Day Return’ written and directed by Ashley Wing and Clayton Fussell.
The paranormal is a subject that has interested me for quite sometime. I spent a few years filming investigations myself and after not getting any real confirmed results and not to mention the trouble I had with some paranormal groups and the many fakes you come across in this field, I gave it up.