Snowhill Lavender Farm

Published October 24th, 2013

Every July in a small village called Broadway in the English Countryside the Lavender farms and fields reach full bloom and are ideal to visit and photograph before harvest.

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Salina: Exploring Malfa & Pollara

Published October 1st, 2013

Aeolian Islands are a further abstraction from the already distilled beauty of Sicily. We chose Salina for it's reputation of lush scenery and quiet villages nestled into the mountains of the island.

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Hiking Stromboli

Published September 28th, 2013

A sunset hike on one of Italy's 3 active volcanoes, Stromboli ranks as a highlight for activities while exploring the Aeolian Islands in Sicily. The near midnight descent by moonlight is equally magical but be prepared to kick up clouds and clouds of volcanic dust while wading down 2 feet deep black sand on your return! The sight of Stromboli belching fountains of orange sparks, lava and flame into the twilight sky and majestic 360 degree views of the Island make it all worthwhile.

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Mira Zwillinger Fashion Show, London 2013

Published June 27th, 2013

Last week I was invited to shoot backstage and behind the scenes at a fashion show of prestigious Fashion Designer Mira Zwillinger.

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Lazy days in Shoreditch

Published June 2nd, 2013

Model : Cleopatra Wood

Styling : Lara Schachat

Make-up : Lara Schachat

Photography : Ephraim Muller

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Tuscany 2012

Published January 6th, 2013

A brief 4 day excursion into the beautiful Italian countryside with some highlights in Florence and Bologna

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Fish market of Stone Town

Published December 23rd, 2012

A brief walk through the small fish market of Stone Town. A barrage of smell, sites and noise on the senses!

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The Barbers of Stone Town

Published December 13th, 2012

I've gradually been collecting pictures and portraits of barbers and hair dressers in the various towns and cities I've visited. Walking past a little corner shop in Stone Town with some kids getting hair cuts I couldn't resist having pursuing a few picture opportunities.

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Exploring Stone Town

Published December 8th, 2012

An afternoon in Stone Town starting with the Slave Museum

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The Doors of Stone Town

Published December 7th, 2012

As with most Arabic towns, doorways and doorways are invariably a striking feature, if they weathered and beaten or intricate, looked-after and polished it can make for a wonderful subject to photograph. My only regret when visiting Stone Town was not shooting during magic hour.

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Road back to Arusha

Published December 2nd, 2012

After the final reserve, Ngorongoro Crater there was the long drive back to Arusha, thankfully never dull on the back seat if you have your camera ready and willing to pull over at regular intervals and attempt to engage with the locals!

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Zanzibar Island

Published December 1st, 2012

After 8 days of gruelling safari it only seemed logical to unwind here

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Tanzania ~ Ndutu part i ~

Published November 25th, 2012

The next reserve after Lake Manyara (while passing the popular Ngorongoro reserve) which resides next door to the Serengeti.

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Tanzania ~ Lake Manyara part ii ~

Published November 11th, 2012

The first part of our 2 leg Tanzania trip in March 2012 we did a 7 day safari. Below is set of images capturing our first 2 days in Lake Manyara (and assorted shots while driving between the reserves) .

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Tanzania ~ Lake Manyara part i ~

Published November 11th, 2012

The first part of our 2 leg Tanzania trip in March 2012 we did a 7 day safari. Below is set of images capturing our first 2 days in Lake Manyara (and assorted shots while driving between the reserves) .

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Exploring the Masai Village

Published July 19th, 2012

On a recent Safari trip in Tanzania we included in the itinerary a brief stop to a Masai Village. Hopefully the below photo essay captures the essence of our short detour into their world. To the people of that Masai Village, I hope we didn't intrude nor patronise. Thank you for your hospitality.

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A small Romanian road trip part iii: Sighisoara...

Published April 14th, 2012

Transylvanian birth place of Count Dracula (Vlad Tepes) another UNESCO tickbox town, Sighisoara which was the last town that time permitted on this trip before heading back to TImisoara.

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A small Romanian road trip part ii: Sibiu - a f...

Published April 10th, 2012

We only had an evening and a morning to explore this beautifully restored city which lies at the start of Transylvania.

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A small Romanian road trip part i : Drive By Sh...

Published April 9th, 2012

Last August the wife and I did a small trip to her home country of Romania. Apart from obligatory family duties we managed to get 2 days to visit and explore some of the UNESCO world heritage towns of Sighisoara and Sibiu via a very patchy road network with any form of highway in scarce supply.

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Road tripping through Koh Sumaui

Published March 24th, 2012

Ever feel trapped in a small stretch of overdeveloped Western influenced hell yet surrounded by lush beauty and gorgeous beaches? Answer - rent a car & get a map.

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A place for a rest

Published February 26th, 2012

Exploring what is arguably the best part of Koh Samui: Bhoput village. We entered this quaint backpackers/coffee/refreshments shop. I cant for the life of me remember the name but it's seating area on a small little balcony was directly overlooking the beach. It was also most charmingly painted and decorated. I remember having some fantastic fresh orange juice here and shooting some images. Here's a little photo essay of our 1/2 hour pit stop.

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Downtime in Koh Lanta

Published February 13th, 2012

My favourite place on last years trip to Thailand. Unassuming, friendly,

underdeveloped and enveloped in jungle and fine beaches. What more could some city-weary folks like us want?

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Koh Phi Phi - A spoiled but still beautiful par...

Published February 12th, 2012

Koh Phi Phi, the jaw-droppingly exquisite rock made famous for the Danny Boyle movie, "The Beach" is invariably on most most traveller's Bucket Lists when visiting Thailand. It was with a fair degree of trepidation that we decided to take a day out from the lovely low key Koh Lanta to tick another proverbial destination checkbox. Tales of its overexposure had long been in overdrive amongst travellers of SE Asia.

A conversation with our French hotel manager in Koh Lanta when enquiring if it's worth a day trip went to the following tune:

Us: "So, we'll know it'll be touristy - but still worth seeing?"

Him: "Emmm, Loook it's bi-utifol but many tourists, very commercial. But Bi-uti-fol."

Us: "Err okaaay..thanks. We'll probably go tomorrow"

Him: "Emmm..When's Easter? Tomorrow? Good luck."

So, "Bi-utifol" - yes. Over-crowded, over-populated with greasy backpackers and over-tour-err-operated. Too many speedboats and it's bays splattered with too many splashing noisy snorkelers.

My advic ...

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The floating village - part ii

Published January 22nd, 2012

More pictures from previous post..

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The floating village - part i

Published January 22nd, 2012

Last April we travelled to Thailand and managed to sneak in several days in Cambodia before travelling to the Islands. The well trodden tourist trail in Siem Reap to the various temples in the Angkor Wat National Park was an overcrowded yet educational travel experience. As overcrowded as the temples are there still are a handful of photographic opportunities. On our second day we visited the floating village called Chong Khneas which resides on the Tonle Sap river. Extremely poor; divided between Vietnamese immigrants seeking a "better" life and native Cambodians - I found it both a humbling and eye opening travel experience. Great picture opportunities of this bizarre village are abound, especially as your ferry practically scrapes through huts bobbing on the murky waters where idle mean smoke on their verandas or children play games on the floor of their floating huts.

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Mini Series : People in Windows & Balcony

Published August 14th, 2011

Another ongoing series of mine that I've been building up extremely slowly over 5 years or so. Literally, I look up and if I see some folks in a window or balcony I smile, gesture towards my camera and try and capture the scene. Below are are several pictures of complete strangers over the years doing just that.

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An Alaskan Barber in the August issue of Digita...

Published August 7th, 2011

I have been happy chappy indeed to see Digital Camera have given some of my pictures a good run of exposure recently. Most recent issue has my "Alaskan Barber" picture featured in Hot Shots. Got yourself a copy yet?

Picture is on my 500px stream too:

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Mini Series : Doors

Published August 7th, 2011

There are many common themes and subjects I'm always on the lookout to photograph. Whether I'm exploring a village somewhere in the Cuban countryside or strolling in a side street 10 minutes from where I live in London, I'll always be hunting for photographs to add to these small personal projects.

I love shooting crumbling buildings, complete with pealing paint and cracked walls - the textures and tones can often translate beautifully in a photo. Doors and entrances are another subject I love shooting especially those that have texture, patterns and striking colours. After a trip to Marrakech in January earlier this year I managed to augment my collection quite considerably.

Below are a selection of doors and entrances from Morocco and other places I've visited.

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My \"Mr Bubbles\" shot published in 2009

Published again in July Digital Camera!

Published July 7th, 2011

If you haven't got your copy yet - it's on the shelves now and be sure to look up my Havana picture featured in the "Hotshots section"! :)

You can see the full size image over here:

This is my second hotshots contribution for Digital Camera, I had another image featured 2 years ago:

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