The Slow Down

The faster life seems to become, the more I've craved slowing down. Slowing down the making of photographs, taking more time to compose each shot, letting myself completely sink into and lose myself in the moment. This brings me stronger memories and more palpable emotions when I look back at the images afterwards - reconnecting… Continue reading The Slow Down

Sundays Unplugged – The Next Phase

My Sundays Unplugged experiment began back in February, with the main intention of spending one day a week completely disconnected from the internet. Here's how it's evolved, and what I'm doing currently. I close the lid on my MacBook early Friday evening, after having lined up a blog post or two ready for the weekend.… Continue reading Sundays Unplugged – The Next Phase

Decision Fatigue (And How I’m Escaping)

A journalist interviewing a famous world leader asked "Why do you wear virtually the same suit every day?" Their response, to paraphrase, was "When you have as many important decisions to make as I do in a day, you do all you can to eliminate all the trivial ones." When I was shooting a dozen… Continue reading Decision Fatigue (And How I’m Escaping)

Sundays Unplugged – 10 Weeks On

In late February I wrote about my Sundays Unplugged experiment. The premise was simple - no internet access on my phone on Sundays, and no iPad or MacBook at all. The aim was to spend more time offline with my family, reading, and just not frequently and unnecessarily checking the internet. Ten Sundays later, here are my… Continue reading Sundays Unplugged – 10 Weeks On