Last May, I travelled to Montreal with work to meet up with my team. It was the first time I’d been in Canada, so I was fairly looking forward to it – especially as I’d heard a whole lot of great things about Quebec in general. Denise graciously offered me space to stay in her […]Read more "Montreal, Quebec – May 2016."
Back in December, Grace and I headed over to Brussels for a few days. It’s a city that I haven’t been to in almost ten years, and with its reputation for beer, chocolate, and chips, it was definitely somewhere to return to. We got some cheap flights and booked up for a long weekend as […]Read more "Brussels at Christmas, on film"
Some from Central Park, and more from Coney Island. All shot on a Leica M6, and either a Canon 50mm f1.2 LTM, or Leica Summicron-C 40mm. Central Park Coney IslandRead more "New York on film."
This is slightly out of chronological order, but still worth sharing – the last of the pictures from our trip to New York a few weeks ago. On our last full day we spent the time exploring some places we hadn’t been yet, and taking lots of pictures. I love the colours in the Subway. […]Read more "New York – Part Four"
You can’t come to New York without visiting Central Park, and so dutifully, that’s what we did. The park was full of people on their lunch breaks; walking their dogs; taking carriage rides… A real, breathing park. all with a pretty amazing view of the city’s skyline as a backdrop. Apparently it is totally ‘man-made’ […]Read more "New York, Part Two."
Grace and I have a few months of travelling about ahead of us, and we’re currently in the US at the beginning of a 6 week trip. The first leg is in New York, and today was our first full day in the city. Neither of us have ever been here before, though it’s been […]Read more "New York – Day One."
Grace and I headed to Italy for three weeks on honeymoon in August – postponed from starting immediately after our wedding in January so that we could catch some proper sun. We went all over, from Rome to Florence, to Pisa, to the Cinque Terre, to Valdagno (in the mountains), to Venice. It was great. […]Read more "Italy in Black and White (35mm film)"