Here's the sixth and final instalment in my series of posts documenting our fantastic holiday to Malta and Gozo. Let's take a trip to the breathtaking Azure window, a giant arch cut from the limestone by the sea. A tourist hotspot, and recently increased in fame further by it's appearance on the awesome HBO series, Game of Thrones.Read More
This is the penultimate post in the Malta/Gozo collection! The first half of the shots were taken in Gozo's capital, Victoria (also known as Rabat or Citta Victorio).Read More
The day we arrived in Gozo - Malta's little brother island to the north west - it did not look like this. No, the day we chose for our journey, was the day of the storm. Torrential rain, lighting, a flat tire and a lidl sponsored ferry crossing, made for quite an adventure. As we crossed the sea, through the rainy haze we could just make out the outline of what would be our home for the second part of our holiday - Fort Chambray.Read More
Okay, okay, too many blog posts on Malta I know, but I have so many nice pictures to share!
Above is me looking cool in a door way in Mdina, a beautiful medieval walled town in the middle of the island. This post has a mixture of shots from within the walls, as well as outside in the village of Rabat. Enjoy the doorways and flaking paint, but beware of the angry cat.Read More
Happy New Year and big love to you all!
When Caroline and I discussed the best bits of 2014 we both picked our trip to Malta as the highlight. So it seems fitting to start of the new year with the second instalment of photos from our trip. These pics are from a day's drive along the south-east coast of the island;Read More
To complete my unplanned Trilogy of photo essays exploring the former site of the Aust Car Ferry, today I'm sharing my snaps of the derelict 'Severn Princess', one of the three boats that was used to carry cars over the river Severn from Aust to Beachley.Read More
Following on from my recent trip to the site of the old severn car ferry terminal in Aust, this weekend I crossed the Severn - via the old bridge - to the terminal on the the other side of the river at Beachley.Read More
A wander around Portishead Quay.Read More
Whilst researching some historical sites in Bristol I kept coming across the cover for Martin Scorsese's Bob Dylan documentary 'No Direction Home'. When I looked into it I found that the cover was shot not far from Bristol in a village called Aust. The photo shows Bob at a car ferry terminal that used to operate across the River Severn between Aust and Beachley.Read More
Snaps from Bristol Harbourside Festival 2014.Read More
On the 31st May 2014 my first play Altitude was performed at the Zion Centre Bristol, as part of their Short Sharp Scripts series.
Altitude is the story of three strangers in a hot air balloon. Marcy is desperately excited about her first flight, whilst Mike is wrapped in so many layers of clothing he looks like the Michelin Man.Read More