Icelandic Search & Rescue
I first visited Iceland in April 2016, and instantly fell in love with the desolate landscapes, dramatic volcanos, mountains, glaciers and waterfalls. I returned in February 2018 with a group of friends, and our trip was stumped by constant snowstorms and closed roads. Towards the end of our trip, we got stuck near Geysir, along with around 100 other vehicles. Luckily, we were saved by local volunteers of the search and rescue, and managed to take refuge in a nearby town hall with some other stranded people. We spoke with our rescuers and took some pictures with them before we all convoyed back towards Selfoss. We were only stranded for 10 hours, which isn’t really a long time, but we were all pretty anxious at the time, especially when our cars radiator stopped worked. Throughout the rest of 2018, I looked back fondly at the extreme experience, and decided it was time to dive into documenting the search and rescue team.
Glacial Hiking with Hidden Iceland
A story detailing a glacial hike in Vatnajökull National Park with outdoor adventure company, Hidden Iceland.
An old fashioned, rustic feeling editorial born from both intangible beauty and resounding sadness. Inspired by the connection I feel towards mother earth and my human observations.
Glamping at The Quiet Site
A story about exploring the Lake District with good friends. Chilling out at one the UK’s most sustainable camping spots, The Quiet Site.
An interview conducted by Alannah of Forester Products late last year. She asks me about my thoughts on sustainability, inspiration and the environment.
The Lone Wolf Pack
An interview with Georgia, founder of The Lone Wolf Pack. Followed by a personal story about the early days of struggling with mental health problems.
Beach x TTM
An emotive portrait and poetry editorial with models Sophie & Joe, set at Druridge Bay, Northumberland.
The Change of Seasons
Partnering with Proof Eyewear across Western Scotland and Northern England, talking about traveling, wildlife and creation.
The Land of Awe
A story about my adventures in Iceland, and my appreciation for all of its wildness. Published online with Rucksack Magazine.