An article I wrote about my parents travelling Europe was published yesterday in the JC newspaper – would […]
My New Book available now for purchase. Click on the photo to preview the book & go to […]
There is always an air of anticipation as I near the end of my notebook and begin to […]
The Aston Martin Cygnet goes to the Grand Prix de Monaco Historic 2012. Feels like a ‘Herbie goes’ […]
Ladies and Gentleman, before I start editing all my photos from the road trip to the South of France in the Aston Martin Cygnet, I thought I would show you a link or two to my Grand Prix de Monaco Historic 2012 gallery and allow you to listen to my vantage point at Rascas, a truly fabulous bend on the Formula 1 circuit.
Click on the photo on the left to see the gallery and Click the video below to hear the sounds at Rascas.
Articles in Classic Car magazine, Huffington Post and some photos on the Octane magazine blog soon to come.
The New Year day meet at the Brooklands Museum where cars pre ‘73 line up around the banking […]
In an extremely quiet room in the centre of London a very special collection of petrol head bibles […]
Today as I look out the window, I see a grey flat day, so I decided that to […]
Radio’s Dany Mitzman decides that I need some practice with speaking slowly and clearly for my first ever […]
Today on my travels around The Outer Hebrides, (for BBC Woman’s Hour), I was invited as a guest on the Drive Time radio program at Isles FM. Armed with my Harris Tweed book I went to visit the team at the radio station to have my first EVER live radio interview.
I remember the casual chats that Richard Bacon holds during his radio shows and imagined it would be just like them, so at ease I sat at the corner of the desk opposite the presenter ready for my 5 minutes of fame.
Since 2010 Operaestate Festival -Comune di Bassano del Grappa in Italy & I have been collaborating in a […]
What in your world can you honestly say will wake you up to go and look at something? Perhaps a pair of running shoes, a long journey to break, or even a loved one beside you. But for me it is the confidence that what ever is put in front of me at 5.30 in the morning, armed with my Leica M9 and my Noctilux lens, I will be ready to see it.
Here I look at my collection of Billingham bags; 550, 225,Hadley Large, 335… I have acquired them over the years. Sometimes second hand camera kit comes in its own Billingham and I have simply collected them. On no account will I sell them on, they are my storage of kit and my uniform of duty.
I use them all at different times, well, the large bag stays at home and stores my spares. I need the ‘Billingham’ look for re-enactment jobs such as Goodwood Revival and English Heritage Medieval days.