20 August

Shibuya Crossing, Tokyo …The Busiest in the World?!

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Shibuya Crossing, Tokyo …The Busiest in the World?!

Here’s a quick clip that I have just uploaded onto my YouTube channel, which showcases some of the new video clips that I have available at National Geographic Creative. This particular clip is from Tokyo, Japan and focuses on the world’s busiest pedestrian crossing…Shibuya! To get to Shibuya crossing, take one of the many JR […]

17 August

A Nanjing Tale – The Ghosts of WW2 – for The Economist

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A Nanjing Tale – The Ghosts of WW2 – for The Economist

This short video tells the story of Dai Chengdong and his late father, Dai Anlan, who was killed during the Japanese army’s invasion of Burma during World War 2. Part of The Economist‘s new series, ‘Asia’s Second World War Ghosts’, this collection of stories attempts to highlight the lingering emotions that still survive to this […]

7 May

New Timelapses, from Asia, Available Through National Geographic Creative

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New Timelapses, from Asia, Available Through National Geographic Creative

I’m pleased to share with you a recent interview with my agency, National Geographic Creative, on the role that timelapses and hyperlapses have played in my recent work for commercial clients. While not the main focus of my work, they offer a unique and interesting way to communicate some of the dynamic changes we are […]

27 March

Video Now Available Through National Geographic Creative Motion

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Video Now Available Through National Geographic Creative Motion

I’m pleased to share the news that my video collection is now represented by my agency, National Geographic Creative. We’ve been working hard over the past few months to catalogue my archive from the past few years and have focused on bringing the best footage to light that represents my travels across Asia. These video […]

1 September

Incredible Mudslide Caught on Camera in Taiwan

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Incredible Mudslide Caught on Camera in Taiwan

– This incredible footage of a mudslide was caught via a dashboard camera in Taiwan yesterday. It seems this area of the island had been suffering from some severe weather recently, resulting in the slipping of a major piece of earth. This one driver had a VERY close call. Keep an eye out 3 seconds […]

26 March

Must Watch: Sebastiao Salgado: The Photographer as Activist

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I came across this video over the weekend which I felt compelled to share here on my blog. It’s a panel discussion with the great Sebastiao Salgado, whose work I greatly admire. Salgado has taken documentary photography to another level, pushing the role of photographer beyond being merely a witness and into an agent for […]

30 September

Aurora seen from the International Space Station in Orbit

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Is this the most beautiful timelapse ever? Quite possibly. Just watch…

27 September

“I will be a hummingbird” – Wangari Maathai

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It was a very sad day for the environmental movement yesterday, learning that Wangari Maathai had passed after losing her battle with cancer at the age of 71. This inspiring lady who was a Nobel Laureate and founder of the Green Belt Movement, was one of the leading world figures in raising awareness about environmental […]

15 September

24 Hours of Reality: Climate Reality Project

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Live broadcast by Ustream “24 Events…24 Time Zones…24 Hours of Reality Droughts, floods, heat waves, insect outbreaks, wildfires, sea level rise – we are encountering the reality of our changing climate every day. Five years after the theatrical release of An Inconvenient Truth, Nobel Laureate and former Vice President Al Gore will host an international […]

29 August

What Film Photography Still has to Offer

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Spotted this interesting little video on CNN that I thought readers here would be interested in, titled “What film photography still has to offer”. I started out shooting film, although most of my practice now as a professional photographer has switched to digital. I miss it sometimes. I miss the feelings of anticipation you get […]