London/Bath/The Cotswolds – a 35mm film diary

There’s No Place Like Home Back in Blighty. The rainy isle that feels second-skin familiar and yet so foreign. Every visit back brings on another bout of self-reflection. The longer I’m away from the place where I grew up, the more I feel like a tourist the moment I return – on the tube among…

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Zion National Park, Utah – Part 2

I know, this pt. 2 is just a tadΒ late – my excuse is that I had 3 precious exposures left on this roll of film, and it took me forever to decide what to shoot after the trip/ I lost the photo-taking mojo for a short while. Nevertheless, I am back with pt. 2 today!…

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Zion National Park, Utah – Part 1

At the beginning of last month, we embarked on a whopping 523 mile road trip from Rescue, California all the way to Las Vegas, Nevada. After two nights in Vegas we headed through Nevada towards the top left tip of Arizona, taking us into Utah and arriving at our destination of Zion National Park after…

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Saying goodbye to Summer on film

This summer was eventful, in the best “I’m itching to get outdoors and explore” kind of way. We went camping, kayaking, rope swinging, beach bonfires, spontaneous road trips to Carmel – you name it, we tried to fit it in. I experimented with taking photos of people a little more, which I managed to do…

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Apple Hill, CAΒ 

Going to Apple Hill has become somewhat of a tradition that equates to the beginning of autumn in my mind. As soon as October rolls around I want to be there, basking in the autumnal sunshine looking at the abundance of apples and pumpkins galore with family and friends. It makes me think of Thanksgiving…

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Autumn is upon us πŸ‚

Today brings about the first day of fall – it’s the Autumnal Equinox and I couldn’t be happier! This time of year feels like a chance to approach the season with a fresh pair of eyes as the crisp wind rolls in and the leaves start to turn. Since moving to California I have started…

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Turin, Italy on film

I was lucky enough to return to Turin, Italy this summer – last time we only managed to cram two days in, and I couldn’t wait for the chance to return. Sometimes dubbed the ‘Little Paris of Italy’, Turin somehow has the charm of a small town mixed with palatial resplendence thanks to the squares…

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