A few weeks ago, Grace and I headed out to the US for our friends Natalie and Jeremiah’s wedding. Natalie was the one who introduced us way back in September of 2011, and so it was awesome to be able to come out and celebrate with them. The wedding itself was to be out in […]Read more "Natalie and Jeremiah’s Wedding – Idaho"
Last weekend I headed to Paris to photograph WordCamp EU – the biggest WordPress conference in the world. The sun was blistering hot, the wine was cold, and there was over 100 of my friends and colleagues to spend time with. Here’s a bunch of images from my time there:Read more "WordCamp EU 2017, Paris."
Last week was my gran’s 80th birthday, and my mum flew over from Amsterdam as a surprise. We went round to my Auntie Kim’s to eat and drink a bunch of champagne. My granda was feeling the cold out the back, and so we gave him a coat… You may be able to tell from […]Read more "Gran’s 80th Birthday"
I happen to be a member of a certain British airline’s reward programme, which means that if I spend over a certain amount of money in a year, I get a buy-one-get-one free ticket to use within the next 12 months. Last year, I qualified for that deal, and knowing that I had to use […]Read more "Berlin, April 2017"
After a relatively mild winter, it feels like it has taken ages for the sunnier days to start to appear in Glasgow. Grace and I grabbed a coffee and took a stroll through Queen’s Park at lunch yesterday to try and absorb some Vitamin D, and take a look at the surprising pink of what […]Read more "Queen’s Park on Polaroid 669"
After spending the week in Brussels with work, I took the chance to head up north to Amsterdam to visit my parents. Despite travelling a fair amount, it still seems pretty crazy to be able to get on a 2 hour (comfortable) train journey, and be in a totally different European country. Incidentally, I always […]Read more "Amsterdam and Keukenhof, 2017."
In March, I headed out to Brussels with work to hang out and attend RightsCon with our team. We ate waffles, drank a lot of good beer, and spent a lot of time listening to, and talking about, digital rights. I didn’t take too many pictures, but here’s a selection:Read more "RightsCon Brussels, 2017"