A Scottish Ski Patrol

It’s intriguing to think what your day might be like as a Scottish ski patroller, working in one of the most uncertain climates in the world on a job that is defined by unpredictability, and trying to beat it to the punch. In what has been an unusual winter I haven’t skied my local slopes...

Whatever the weather

After a warm spell and a few days in near summer conditions, a complete contrast from the fresh snowfall just two weeks ago, the changeable conditions that make Scotland so exciting had me thinking back to some tricky photography conditions this past winter, with one day in the Cairngorms standing out in particular. NorthFace athlete...

The Mountains Are Calling…

… And they have been for quite some time! Over the past 10 years I’ve spent a huge amount of time driving up and down the A82 or the A9 from Glasgow, each trip providing great adventures and fond memories of the Scottish Highlands, but the journey back down the road has never been as...


It’s been a busy period that has seen my blog and website neglected a little, but since I’ve been doing a lot of outdoor work on/in the water I can’t complain! I’ve avoided the classic ‘You’ve been framed’ moment – where I slip into the river with my camera around my neck – many times...

Uisge Beatha – ‘Lively Water’

A short kayaking video put together with friend Sam Gregory. Whilst not a videographer, the unique perspective of kayaking in white water, and the ability to access it, has attracted quite a lot of interest over the years. From being involved in adverts for Ford, to acquiring on the water footage for a BBC documentary...

Moriston River Race build up

At the end of the month, on the 26th of May, around 100 white water kayakers will pit themselves against the clock on the grade 4/5 rapids of the Moriston River Race. As a dam controlled section of river, consistent Tuesday releases have seen streams of kayakers honing their route down the rapids. As is...

Ben Nevis climbers from 5 Miles…

With the daylight hours only expanding as we head into summer, this is my favourite time of year. Getting in from a day shooting waterborne adventures around Fort William, I had a look at the north face of Ben Nevis through a pretty small telescope, but was pleasantly pleased to be able to see a...
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