Normally I would have been…

Heading towards Spittal of Glenshee at the north end of the course. At the Cateran Yomp for ABF The Soldiers’ Charity, where the word ‘normal’ doesn’t actually come into any part of the equation. 1,000 people from across the globe, 54 miles, muddy hillsides, forest roads, blue skies, driving rain, sunrise, elation, sunset, determination, sunrise...

Creative Pathways

Whilst a large portion of the summer has been focused on adventure sports work, I wanted to show off some local work that I’ve produced for Impact Arts recently, as an organisation that I continue to be inspired by. To summarise what Impact Arts are all about, they are an organisation that uses the arts...

Hello 2014!

This is the first post of the new year, which has kicked off with quite a boost, as I head out to photograph a snow sports feature tomorrow, involving a night on the hill. A chilly start then. But the coolest news, which only enhances potential for 2014, is the investment in a Bowens studio...
Ed Smith Photo for Emma Cornes

Emma Cornes – British Made Tweed Bags

It’s brilliant to be truly inspired by what you’re photographing, and a few weeks ago after being approached by Emma Cornes, to photograph her British made tweed bags, I was immediately taken by Emma’s approach – from growing up in the Tweed valley, to the inspiration of her father being a wool producing sheep farmer,...
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