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Teddy bear sitting on couch

New year’s resolutions

We’re already half-way through January. How did that happen? Regardless, I thought I’d make a quick post about my aims for 2020 in the hope it will keep me accountable. I’ve decided to keep it simple this year.

Photo of Empty Beer Cans

It is what it is and that’s ok

2019 was a weird year. I spent a large proportion of it staring into the bottom of a beer can. I was deeply unhappy with who I was and what I was and wasn’t doing. I hated the world and everything in it. Everything was wrong and it needed to change. I was angry and […]

Photo Essay: 35 Miles of Boredom

I hate winter. Actually, that’s not strictly true. I hate commuting in winter. I spend two hours a day in the car driving 35 miles each way to work and back. I leave in the dark and come home in the dark. It’s insanely boring and the dark nights and bad weather make it even […]

My Treacherous Love Affair With The Ricoh GR

I am hopelessly in love with an inanimate object. The Ricoh GR is the object of my affections. She’s been in my life since August last year and I’ve loved every minute we’ve spent together. I honestly thought I’d found a camera I could love forever. Alas, she is a heartbreaker. I love the 28mm […]

Why I Chose Colour Photography

Today I wanted to talk a little bit about why I chose to shoot in colour. I recently made the acquaintance of Josh White, a Canadian street photographer living in Seoul, South Korea. His black and white images are grainy, gritty and full of high contrast punch and he’s a photographer I’ve admired the work […]