Fine-art travel photographer, freelance front-end web developer and martial arts instructor. Head to thefella.com to find out more about me.
7,579 words in 41 moments in 39 cities since January 27th, 2014
Guilin — I had seen a lot of shots of the famous cormorant fishermen around south China and really wanted to get an image of these guys myself. I had already formed an idea in my head, which can lead to a crus...
West — The aurora borealis is currently the most beautiful thing I’ve seen in this world and I have a feeling that is unlikely to change any time soon. What really hooked me was the feeling that this green a...
Stockholm — This was taken during the last night of a 10 trip around the arctic with my good friend Dave Morrow. We spent a bit of time around Arctic Sweden, but mostly we headed to the Norwegian Arctic, in parti...
A Morning In Lofoten
Mostar. A most beautiful city.
Changing My Stripes
Petra by Night
Quiver Tree Forest, Namibia
The Waterfall of Light
A Bridge of Two Halves
The Gnarly Tree
Heaven Beside You
Some sunrises don't look like they'll be anything special, then they end up turning out alright.
One of the most iconic views in the world.
A distinct lack of people. That's what I like in my photos, even in Grand Central Station.
This is a United States Navy Dakota which crashed on the black sands of Iceland in 1973. It's a very surreal sight.
Some places are pretty magical in the right conditions. Trakai Castle in Lithuania is one of those places.
This wasn't my first time chasing the aurora, but it was my first time seeing it in Norway.
Amid The Moon and The Stars
This is Rådhuset (Court House) station on the blue line of the Stockholm metro system in Sweden.
Manhattan. Quite the breathtaking view.
Some people say Iceland looks 'otherworldly'. I have no idea what they're talking about...
Some spur of the moment shots end up working out just fine.
Dance of the heavens. Is this the best sight to fall asleep to? I think it's a front-runner.
As a big fan of mountains and cliffs, it would be a shame to have visited Norway and not tried to do justice to the magnificent fjords.
Singapore is a photographer's paradise. It's full of amazing architecture, often has amazing sunsets and sunrises due to being in the tropics and also has cool things like lasers shows.
Lake Bled is pretty cool at the best of times, but when you get the right light and mist, wow. It's amazing.
This is one of my favourite photos of mine from one of my favourite cities in Europe. And it was taken on a bachelor party.
I wasn't too impressed with Petra during the day. At night-time however, it was a different matter.
I did a three week photography tour around South East Asia and managed it with only hand luggage. I rock.
This is the Moscow metro system. It's busy, but very beautiful. A bit like myself.
This is one of the only buildings in the world that has made my jaw drop.
Borobudur. A Buddhist temple. One of my favourite places in one of my favourite countries.
I called this photo, "A Lithuanian Fairy Tale" and I hope you can see why.
Sometimes, as a travel photographer, I go to a country and really want to get a particular shot. This was one of them.
This was my first time in New York City and, indeed, my very first photoshoot in this iconic metropolis. Thankfully the weather was on my side.
I'd never seen the northern lights before. I'd heard that they were meant to be amazing, but nothing quite prepared me for what I saw that night.