Walking trips with my dad when I was young were always exciting voyages of discovery. I’ve been capturing those adventures photographically ever since. Photography helps me share my interests in travel, history, people, cultures and landscapes. In 2013 I walked the Camino de Santiago, almost by accident, resulting in my first foray as an author, Finding My Way: Autumn on the Camino Frances.
After years of working as a geologist in mineral exploration, a fascination with photohistory has recently led to a fledgling career in the museum industry. On my next Camino in October 2016, I’ll be recording the landscapes and people I meet with both a digital camera and a hundred year-old Vest Pocket Kodak.
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