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THERE ARE MORE STARS IN THE UNIVERSE THAN GRAINS OF SAND ON ALL THE BEACHES ON EARTH

We are all universally connected

The night sky is something I have long gazed at. I find it so thrilling to think about how we are part of something bigger and it has the power to both ground and completely leave you in awe in the same moment.

I follow our journey round the sun, our alignment to the stars changing gently as each day goes by and how much light changes between winter and summer solstice. Lunar cycles that bring us spring and neap tides and guides beautiful spiritual rituals with each phase.

Winter is my favourite time of year, long nights of ‘available darkness’ to capture images of The Milky Way and chase the aurora borealis. In the summer season, noctilucent clouds can sometimes be visible and the warmest meteor shower of the year, Perseids in August to look forward to.

There is always something happening at night and this space will grow as we move forward adoring the majesty that connects us to the rest of our universe.

How to see and shoot the aurora

LEARN HOW TO SEE & SHOOT THE AURORA

How to see and shoot
noctilucent clouds (NLCs)

LEARN HOW TO SEE & SHOOT THE NOCTILUCENT CLOUDS (NLCS)

COMING SOON

How to see and shoot
The Milky Way

LEARN HOW TO SEE & SHOOT THE MILKY WAY

COMING SOON

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Print Shop is an online collection of images, curated from moments in nature shot across the world.

They are printed at the UK’s first carbon negative lab, ordered online and delivered directly to your door.

I donate 10% of the Print Shop profit to Marine Conservation Society.

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i see you there my love…

If you’re thinking of how we can work together, I’d love to get to know you and hear all about your ideas and how you’d like our time together to unfold, so let’s get a time in to chat.