Coffee Time.

Last week I was in Oxford working with some of my favourite people. Vicky and Ori here run @themissingbean . Best coffee in town for sure. If not of the UK. I had the pleasure to create some content for their brand new website coming up soon. Keep an eye out. #coffee #Oxford #artisancoffee



My partner and I have this agreement that we will (as long as it is possible) always celebrate our birthdays experiencing a place elsewhere. Ceri had never been to Portugal before. So I thought this would be a great trip, to escape the harsh British winter and to wander around the cobbled streets of Lisboa, whilst practicing her Portuguese and trying many of their delicacies.

I highly recommend visiting Portugal. We stayed in the Alfama and it just felt like we were sent back in time. What a wonderful place to explore. 


Welsh Adventures

Visited Pembrokeshire the other day with Ceri. It was really beautiful. I am always amazed by what the UK has to offer. So many beautiful coasts. Druidstone was a really nice find. We spent most of our evenings chilling in the amazing (and rare) sunshine. 

Picture of the horse was taken in Littlehaven and below is my beautiful girlfriend outside this cute little cottage we rented from a friend of hers.

We truly recommend visiting Wales. 

Chocolate and Cookies

The other day I had such a pleasant afternoon of work. A social media campaign shoot for Milkybar. Big thanks for the lovely Agnes and Ida who were incredible models for the afternoon. We used my girlfriend's mum's beautiful kitchen in the lovely countryside. It was a very hot day. - In fact, the hottest day in the UK this year so far. The cookies were delicious. White Choc Chip, Almonds and Cranberries. YUMMMM. 

Whilst in India

One of my most recent jobs was assisting photographer Siân Davey in Kolkata, India. She was commissioned to photograph the city for a book series called Portraits de Villes. We chose a rather unusual time to go. It was pre-monsoon and it was hot. 45 degrees and humid. Certainly an experience. It was my second time in the country. India still manages to amaze me for its colours and the intensity of its cultural traditions. 

In The Fog

From one of my favourite series shooting weddings yet. Kristina and Per were incredible. Most of the wedding had happened. Everyone was a bit overwhelmed. Still. The fog came down just outside the barn where the reception was happening. You guys up for it? Indeed they were. Simple. Raw. Great fun having working with these guys. And the results couldn't have been better.