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The many faces of Myanmar (Burma) 3 tips for taking travel portraits

Seven years ago today I was on a trip of a lifetime travelling through Myanmar with the award winning photojournalist and National Geographic photographer Steve McCurry. Steve was best known for his photograph of the “Afgan girl” which was taken Read more …

Seascape #phonepics

3 Tips on how to take great seascape photos with your phone camera.   People often say to professional photographers – “That’s a great photo, you must have an expensive camera?” Well, I’m here to tell you that’s not the case, Read more …

Off to the farm with Goldhill organics part 1

Last year I was approached by Goldhill organics, the fresh vegetable box company, to produce a collection of images that represent this fabulous organic vegetable business. Goldhill organics delivers amazingly tasty organic vegetables grown by the cross family in North Read more …

Zoodles – Healthy alternative to noodles

Zoodles a great way to stay healthy but have great tasting food. Spicy warm zoodle salad recipe (serves 2) 1. One onion 2. One chilli 3. Two cloves of garlic 4. A hand full of nuts (peanuts, almond, cashews are Read more …

Wonderful, healthy, wheat-free banana pancake recipe

• 2 large organic eggs • 6 heaped tbsp. of gluten free portage oats • 1 large banana • Dash of almond or coconut milk • Organic cold pressed coconut oil for frying Suggested toppings • Handful of raspberries • Read more …

Carrot & parsnip Rosti’s recipe

I have been clean eating now for almost 5 months, feeling better and better by the day. So thought I would share a few of my recipes for anyone to try who is thinking of making the change to clean Read more …

Clean eating in Thailand

I converted to clean eating several months ago and am finding myself falling back in love with wholesome healthy food once more. On a recent trip to Krabi, Thailand I was excited to hear about the Healthy cooking course from Read more …

Food & arts festival in a royal town

Poundbuy is a relatively new town as English towns go, but what was really great to see was the community spirit really shining through in this food and arts festival. Many local producers, shop owners and local people from the Read more …

12 tricks that will make your foodie photos look like professional shots

1-Always use the freshest of ingredients I’m lucky enough for live in a fishing harbour so am always on the lookout for the catch of the day to photograph. Food photography is often close up work so making sure your Read more …

Travel and food go hand in hand.

Often photographers find their love for food photography, from their passion for traveling and I am no exception. I simply love the taste of the spices in the air and the colours of different cultures all around me. You will Read more …

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