Pembrokeshire, Wales Home is where the harp is I am sitting in a remote mud hut discussing ‘Big Brother’. Next to me an open fire radiates its welcoming orange cast, tinging all but the brilliant whites of the scene outside, trees freshly dusted with an icy coat of late January powder. Today, unusually, the topic of […]
Gosaikunda, Langtang, Nepal ..Walking the path most traveled .. ‘Trekking’ has become a much maligned word of late. In Nepal I’ve heard it used to describe everything from an arduous summit climb to a morning stroll up a stone staircase. One factor that appears to be paramount in the categorization of a modern ‘trek’ is […]
In north east India the Khasi tribe grow incredible living bridges that last for hundreds of years.
‘Best in show’ for dead animals. Welcome to the fascinating world of competitive taxidermy.
The story behind the image …Having spent the last few days here in Jakarta, I have been thinking a lot about my various trips to Indonesia over the years. I first came here backpacking with friends in my early twenties and I can say quite categorically that the experiences I had here changed the path […]
Singapore …Two weeks into 2010 and I am back from my one month break over the holiday season. As is the tradition for photographers around this time of year, I have put together a small portfolio of previously unseen pictures from 2009… one from each Human Planet shoot last year. Yesterday I left my home […]
The Journey Begins …Welcome to the beginning of a rather extraordinary journey. Over the next 20 months I will be accompanying BBC film crews on a groundbreaking voyage around Planet Earth to document the remarkable ways in which the human species has adapted to living within our world’s natural environments. During this time, we will […]