Let’s Explore … The Blog

My ‘Let’s Explore…’ videos are snapshot POV edits that I put together to give a taster of what I get up to when I’m not working! Below you will find edits from a few of my adventures from the last few years from exploring the Chilterns on our doorstep to venturing in the Swiss Alps.Continue reading “Let’s Explore … The Blog”

Six Weeks in New Zealand

It is Saturday night at Gatwick airport and I am still working on an edit of the wonderful Julia Bradbury planting trees with Premier Paper Group and the Woodland Trust in Surrey. Finally finishing the video, laptop shut, I boarded the plane, the adventures begin.. (video can be seen here) For this trip myself andContinue reading “Six Weeks in New Zealand”

Lifeventure Thermal Mug Review

One thing I love almost more than walking, and exploring, and that is tea. A strong ‘builders tea’ to start my day, and finish it.. And of course a few in between.. But when out filming walks you can’t just put the kettle on. Of course that isn’t a complaint but there is one thing IContinue reading “Lifeventure Thermal Mug Review”

Let’s Explore… Croatia

Travelling has always been important, not just going to the places and the food, but meeting new people too. Croatia has been on my bucket list for a while now and finally I managed to bag a trip, albeit a short one.  Watch the video of the trip here. My partner and I hired aContinue reading “Let’s Explore… Croatia”

Image, Instinct and Imagination: Landscape as Sign Language Film

Image, Instinct and Imagination: Landscape as Sign Language The exhibition, unveiled by Julia Bradbury answers the question Professor Appleton poses at the start of his book: ‘What do we like about landscape and why do we like it?’ Simon Warner’s landscape photography allows visitors to try out their newly acquired skills of landscape interpretation. HereContinue reading “Image, Instinct and Imagination: Landscape as Sign Language Film”

The Suffolk Countryside Article

Constable country is definitely one to visit when exploring the countryside in England. Suffolk is a county that I have known all my life and it never ceases to amaze me. Harvest is an important time of year in all of England, but especially in Suffolk. The nutrient rich soil provides a perfect base forContinue reading “The Suffolk Countryside Article”

Nuts About Mylk ? Article

I lazily walked down into the kitchen today to make a cup of lovely English tea, not only to find out that I have ran out of tea bags (big dilemma!), but I did find Andy working away with his scales and nuts creating a variety of concoctions for his new company, Nuts about Mylk. HeContinue reading “Nuts About Mylk ? Article”