Thursday, 18 June 2009

Bike ridin' Coll

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We didn't shoot many video clips but this was one of our highlights on Coll. Cycling into the wind on beautiful Feall Bay.

Monday, 15 June 2009

100th issue of B&W Photography


T's written a major feature for the 100th issue of Black & White Photography - July 2009. Appropriately enough, it's 100 Top Tips for Selling Your Pictures. It involved a few late nights while we were on Lismore, but it was worth it.

Wednesday, 10 June 2009

Outdoor Photography Island Journal Pt 1




Part 1 of the Island Journal has just come out in Outdoor Photography July 2009/issue 115. Part 1 concentrates on our time in Tobermory, Mull. 
This was Antonia Stemp's last issue before maternity leave and we wish her well. Travel photographer and writer Steve Watkins has taken over. You may know him from the Unforgettable series of books. He's a busy man, have a look at what else he gets up to at www.vividplanet.com.

Tuesday, 9 June 2009

Office time

Finding the right chair for the office at the wonder that is Ikea - half MFI, half Tate Modern. This was the chosen seat: comfortable, with wheels, cheap and pink. I got the blue one - his 'n' hers.

Friday, 5 June 2009

Going underground

T's latest article has just been published in the excellent Outdoor Adventure Guide issue 83/June 2009. It's one of the best looking magazines out there, concentrating on British adventures. On page 39 you'll find T's Going Underground - 13 subterranean adventures beneath your feet.

Thursday, 4 June 2009

Spotify saviour

After spending the morning sorting out the office, the CD player on the Ghetto Blaster finally packed up. T decided to torture me with a local radio station until I received a Twitter from Tom saving me from tearing my own ears off. Tom had tipped me off about Spotify. If you haven't heard, it's a cool internet radio/music library. On the one hand you can create a random playlist by selecting an era and genre of music. On the other, you can find a complete album and listen to it. Somehow it's free, the only price to pay is an audio advert occasionally playing between tracks. It's brilliant! T enjoyed the 70s pop mix I selected, honestly.