• Photography
  • TSA x TREELINE Hip Jam

    I just spent the week at the TSA x TREELINE Shred Week in Morzine. On Thursday they held their hip jam at Avoriaz. There was about 30 riders entered including a bunch of top UK and local riders entered. I took a load of stills during the first round where there was the full 30 […]

  • Kite
  • Sunset Foiling in Sandbanks

    After a windless Ozone demo day in Poole harbour I was sunburnt and pretty much set on just grabbing dinner early and hitting the road home. I was convinced to stroll down to the sea front for a final wind check. There was more breeze than I expected! It felt pretty steady too so we […]

  • Bike
  • Biking in the woods

    Another weekend with terrible wind forecasts means more time to play with the new drone, go biking and also get the camera out. The trails are not actually too muddy and the first signs of spring are showing – daffodils are out! After ridig for a bit and knackering ourselves and the trail dog we […]

  • Photography
  • Drone Life

    After thinking about a DJI Mavic Pro for months I bit the bullet and got one on pre order from a store. After waiting for 2 months and finding out DJI are just shipping their b2c orders instead of b2b whilst stock is limited – I just ordered direct, cancelled my pre order and 5 […]

  • Photography
  • Dunraven Bay Cliffs

    Dunraven Bay is a huge beach which is hard to access and easy to get stuck on at high tide thanks to the high cliffs which line it. We walked along the cliff tops from Southerndown through the gardens and ruins of Dunraven Castle towards Llantwit. Out of nowhere you drop into a lush green […]

  • Bike
  • The Scotland Road Trip

    Between Christmas and New Year there is always a great few days when we are off work and I like to make the most of it. Last year we had amazing kitesurf conditions every day. This year I was already in North Yorkshire which is halfway there as far as I am concerned so I […]

  • Photography
  • Tokyo Diaries Part 2

    Wednesday – time to hit the streets again and get exploring. This time by myself. First up the Imperial Palace East Gardens. I managed to navigate the trains successfully – in itself an achievement. A local sim and google maps is really essential here – there is very little help otherwise. The gardens were nice. […]