Travel & Food Photography

‘Nothing happens when you sit at home. I always make it a point to carry a camera with me at all times…I just shoot at what interests me at that moment.’

Elliott Erwitt

If this is your first visit to my website or if you are return visitor, it is probably quite clear that I  enjoy taking a photograph. As a man who troubles with words my camera is able to capture so much  so quickly. Street food is beautiful; Simple ingredients captivate me; Utensils are perfect and faces of those involved with food never fail to  fascinate me. In this digital age we perhaps take photos without thinking and although i would never claim to be a professional I hope the galleries below help illustrate my passion for the food we all eat everyday all over the world.

  • The Hungry Cyclist in Brazil – Gallery

    Instead of taking the Andean range that crests the west coast of South America I decided instead to cross the Andes in Ecuador and then follow the Amazon down stream to the mouth of the mighty river in Northern Brazil. Instead of freezing cold nights...

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  • Cycling in Colombia – Gallery

    After six nights at sea I longed to escape the claustrophobic conditions off our boat and as the orange glow of Cartagena rose from the horizon a feverish excitement overwhelmed the weary crew. We had arrived in South America and Cartagena, a splendi...

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  • Cycling In Central America – Gallery

    Cycle touring is a way of travel is perfectly suited to small back roads away from the noise and confusion of major thoroughfares but I was fast learning that in Central America the cyclist has no choice but hug the dirty, busy highways that these co...

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  • Cycling In Mexico – Gallery

    Stepping out onto the street in search of breakfast, bicycles weave in all directions through the traffic; women stride purposefully by me with baskets of colorful produce; thick, choking smoke bellows from the grill of the nearby taco stands and a y...

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  • Flowers Of The Negev – Cycling in Israel

    Located in southern Israel and considered a historically significant area, the Negev Desert is home to a robust plant life that covers five distinct geographic regions. Ranging in elevation from sea level to mountainous, the Negev Desert is diverse i...

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  • The Hungry Cyclist in Taiwan – Photo Gallery

    If you haven’t visited Taiwan the first thing you might think about this small island off the coast of mainland China is the infamous ‘made in’ label that conjures up images of large-scale industrial operations and endless electrica...

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  • Burgundy Harvest Gallery

    Waking at dawn, working in all weathers and for little pay,  picking grapes is dirty back-breaking work but my two weeks working the Burgundian grape harvest were two of the happiest I can remember. The landscape was breathtaking. The food was class...

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  • Burgundy Harvest Portraits

    From the Romans to Cistercian Monks, for thousands of years people from all over Europe have gathered in Burgundy for the annual grape harvest. Today whether they be locals looking for a holiday, English cyclists, students studying viticulture or tra...

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