In the middle of July, I was on an assignment with Visit Faroe Islands, exploring rural life within føroyar; learning about sustainability, culture and island life all across the small archipelago. During my stay here, I heard about Gurli’s jewellery company, and how she used sheep horn as the sole material to work with. This quickly sparked my interest, and I was immediately drawn to contact the person behind the business.
Coincidentally, Gurli had wanted a complete rebrand of her website for a while, so the timing was perfect. We planned to meet in October and organise a new, professional look for Alia Gurli, with a clear and minimalistic website design, and product photography to accompany. Read More
FORAGING ON SKYE
In August 2017 I found myself driving to a beautiful Western Isle on the coast of Scotland for a day visit. To this day, this location continues to be a popular tourist destination, and is well known for its dramatic cliffs, its infamous lookout bothies and its unpredictable weather. Over the last couple of years, I’ve attempted to return to Skye for a longer stay. Unfortunately, something has always happened to cancel the trip i.e an allergic reaction and then Storm Ali.
When I was approached by Scottish Sporting Journal to visit this place in a slightly different way, I jumped at the opportunity. This was a dream pitch for me, aligning with my exploration into Rural Life photojournalism perfectly. The brief was as follows:
To shoot and write the Skye foraging feature with Mitchell Partridge of Skye Ghillie, capturing the beauty of the island and this ethical, back-to-nature practice.
You can order the full first edition online here. Read More