I have been very fortunate to travel widely and this has inspired my photography and challenged me to bring back images that capture the magic of the places I have been. I am currently offering two talks, focussing on two very different countries that I have grown to love.
Please feel free to contact me through the link in the menu if you are interested in having me visit your club. I have some dates in my diary for 2021, all virtual of course. I suspect the clubs accept visitors (potentially for a small fee):
17th February 2021 - Namibia - Whitchurch Hill Camera Club
19th May 2021 - Namibia - Buckingham Camera Club
9th September 2021 - Japan - New City Photographic Society
26th October 2021 - Japan - Chesham Photographic Club
14th March 2022 - Japan - Woodley Photographic Club
Self-drive safari: Namibia

In 2019 I hired a truck with tents on the roof and drove around a large part of Namibia. Visiting the sand dunes in the South, Spitzkoppe, Cape Cross and finishing with time in Etosha National Park, the journey covers stunning landscapes as well as the rich diversity of wildlife. One of the most striking features of Namibia is the vast amount of space and wilderness, which leads to incredible views and beautiful night skies. Hiring your own vehicle and camping or staying in National Parks accommodation can greatly reduce the cost of trips like this - I have undertaken similar trips to South Africa (2013 and 2017) and happy to take questions on those too.
A year in Japan

In 2017-2018 I spent a year working in Tokyo and exploring Japan. The seasonal variation is highlighted by the famous cherry blossom in the Spring, the hot humid summers (and typhoon season), incredible autumn colours and the snow-covered winter wonderland of Hokkaido. Japan offers a huge diversity of experiences, with beautiful landscapes and wildlife, incredible cultural heritage and magnificent traditional and modern architecture amongst the hustle and bustle of the busy cities. I was very fortunate to be able to plan my trips to visit most of the regions of Japan and experience the different seasons along the way. I look forward to sharing some of the highlights with you.
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