Tibet. The name alone is mythical. It conjures up images of temples, snow-capped mountains buddhist monks, vast landscapes and a place where time has stood still. While most of this is true, Tibet is changing fast. I made my first visit to the region in 2012 and have been lucky enough to have been back numerous times since. It’s an incredible place that fills me with genuine joy to travel around. The landscapes are indeed breathtaking. Endless grasslands. Mountain ranges […]
I’m pleased to announce two NEW photography expeditions for 2019! Lhasa to Mt. Everest & Eagle Hunters of Mongolia. My photography expeditions are designed for those who would like to learn directly from me to improve their photographic approach, method and skills. They take place in some of Asia’s most exciting and visually spectacular regions, enabling you to immerse yourself in the culture, scenery and people of each location. Whether a beginner or advanced amateur, I shall be on hand […]
Followers of my work will know that one of my main focuses is documenting the effects of climate change across the Asian continent. So, I was really pleased when I got an invitation last month to contribute to the new ‘Everyday Climate Change‘ feed on Instagram. Most of you will already know of the Everyday series. The brainchild of photographers Peter DiCampo and Austin Merrill when they started their EverydayAfrica feed, the concept has now expanded and documents slices of […]
I’m delighted to announce the launch of my new project for the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting, “MELTDOWN: CLIMATE CHANGE & ENVIRONMENTAL DEGRADATION ON THE TIBETAN PLATEAU”, which just launched today on their website. This project will take an in-depth look at many of the challenges facing the plateau and its people, as a result of warming temperatures and a changing climate in the region. Here is the project overview… The Tibetan Plateau covers approximately 25 percent of China’s surface […]
Shooting a timelapse sequence at the moment on the Hailuogou glacier, on the Tibetan Plateau. Seems like a good time to post a photo while I wait for the sequence to finish. Amazing view.
After two and a half days of travelling, I have finally reached my destination for the week, the Hailuogou Glacier, on the south-east edge of the Tibetan Plateau. I’ll be writing more about this incredible glacier soon, but here is a glimpse of it. The clouds are rolling in. Time to shoot…