It's been a little over 6 months since I first got my hands on the Olympus OMD EM1X, so it's fair to say I've had plenty of time now to fully push it to the limits! I can't see myself going back to the Olympus OMD EM1 mk2 as [...]
The Olympus MC-20 has been a long awaited inclusion in the Olympus line up for budding wildlife and sports photographers and the day has finally arrived! I had the privilege of testing this incredible piece of kit earlier in 2019 and here are my thoughts on the capabilities and [...]
When the opportunity presented itself to go to Zimbabwe on a photographic safari with Wilderness Safaris, who was I to turn it down. Africa always has a draw that’s undeniable and I caught the ‘bug’ a few years prior on my first visit to this incredible continent. Unfortunately due [...]
EM1X | 40-150mm | 1/30th | f/2.8 | ISO 3200 When news first began to circulate that a new Olympus camera was being developed for wildlife & sports photographers, it naturally piqued my interest. Before long, forums and social media were rife with speculation, so when the day [...]
I just wanted to take this opportunity to thank everyone for their support in 2018. Thank you to Olympus, Benro & PermaJet and every single person who's had a positive influence in my photography. See you all in 2019!
I'm always positively terrible with keeping an up to date blog, but with a smidge of good news I thought it was time for an update! Whilst I have been away on a recent project, the results for the British Wildlife Photography Awards were announced. I was both [...]
Anyone who knows me or follows my work will attest to the fact that I'm bonkers for Badgers. In July of 2016, I started working at a relatively large sett tucked away in dense woodland in the Peak District National Park. Little did I know that what started as [...]
Week in and week out, I'm inundated with emails and messages asking for tips and advice on both finding and photographing Badgers; It's great to see so many people passionate and excited to see and photograph these incredible animals, but it's important to approach this sort of project in [...]