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Cheese Rolling / Men’s Running

An interview with the Big Cheese and all-time cheese chasing champion Chris Anderson for Men’s Running magazine

Featured photo by Luke Purdye (lukepurdye.com / @villageportrait)

You can read the original article below, or my updated online version on the eve of the 2018 cheese rolling by clicking here (opens in new tab)

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Guide to shooting in remote and dangerous locations / Battle Face

I whipped this up for Battle Face Travel. There’s some accompanying shots from coconut hunting on Panamanian desert islands; to tandeming at 4000m in the Atacama Desert; to opal-river crossings in the Chilean Patagonia. Continue reading here ! (opens in new tab) 

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Where the Wild Things Are / Escapism

In late August of 2017 I wrangled the opportunity to visit the densest wolf population in central Sweden. I travelled with my equally madcap-sister Olivia. During our time in Vastmanland we walked in the tracks of wolf packs, slept in woodland hobbit-holes, hiked enchanted forests, shared ‘fika’, braved swamps, tracked moose, wildcamped around fires and were, er…whipped in a floating sauna. 

The story is published now at Escapism Magazine on pages 95-100. You can read it below. 

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Many thanks to all the following for the hospitality that Olivia and I received on our journey through Vastmanland. We came into your homes as guests, and left by morning as friends: Ulvsbomuren Vildmark & LantlivHellen WistrandÅsa StanawayMarcus EldhWildSwedenJohn de JongEdens Garden Cottages, Bed & Breakfast and Tourist ActivitiesVisitSweden

 

 

 

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Science and politics find uneasy mix at IPCC / Geographical

When the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change met in Edmonton for their Cities conference this March, the Deputy Premier for Alberta used her stage time to promote the advancement of provincial oil exports.

Alberta’s Deputy Premier Sarah Hoffman. PH. Connor Mah

I reported remotely for Geographical magazine online.

During the conference Alberta highlighted their impressive suite of climate mitigation policies at provincial level. Yet, by dramatically increasing their exported carbon emissions simultaneously, I argue this represents a dangerous double-think with regard to tackling the global climate change challenge.

You can read the article here (opens in new tab)