Ten Years

April marks ten years since I took my first parkour photograph. On Sunday 20th April 2003, I drove to London to meet up with a random collection of people who ...

Dark Corners

At one end of the incredible Llanberis Pass, a mountain has disappeared. In its place lie immense piles of slate and a handful of enormous holes. After nearl...

Sticky Snow

In the last ten years, I think Johnny 'Sticky Fingers' Budden has appeared in more of my photographs than any other traceur. Looking back I realise that I've be...

A Factory In Finland

If you ever get the opportunity to go and train in Finland, do not hesitate. Go. In December last year I was invited to Jyväskylä in Finland to train, speak,...

Elephant Encounters

There were two very good reasons to hook up with Parkour Generations in order to photograph the ADAPT Level 2 course taking place at the end of November. Firstl...

Composition: A Parkour Frame of Mind

Until writing this article, composition is something that I’ve never really given a lot of thought. There are rarely any conscious decisions when I compose a sh...