I'm a freelance travel writer, editor and photographer based in Oxford, England whose work has taken me from the wilds of northern Greenland to the heat of the Saharan dunes. I have a passion for wild places, human stories and how travel affects the world we live in.


I've travelled around the globe writing and taking photographs for various magazines and newspapers as well as providing digital content on a host of destinations and topics for Lonely Planet, BBC Travel, CNN, The Telegraph

and the Irish Times.


I've worked on over 20 Lonely Planet guidebooks over the years getting a baptism of fire in Sumatra on my first trip and then continuing on to inspect hotel rooms, research bus timetables and pound the streets across Iceland, Greenland, Ireland, Wales, Britain, Morocco and Germany in the process.

I've contributed to numerous coffee table books on a wide variety of destinations offering inspiration for armchair travellers on obscure but beautiful destinations, sustainable travel, well-known national parks and where to go to find the best Irish seafood.



With 18 years experience creating engaging and well optimised print and web content for international publishers, I can adapt my writing to your audience, house style and brand, drive traffic to your site and create digital content that gives your business credibility. Alternatively, I can proof, edit and optimise your work for you to pass off as your own.


Photography was my original passion and I began to write in order to sell the photographs I'd taken as I travelled. Along with travel photography I work on portraits, with abstract images and have completed a number of public art projects where I worked collaboratively with key stakeholders.

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