Updated: 4 Jul 2021
“Been a busy few months, but that’s great and the way we like it!”
I will be posting regular monthly newsletters from July 2021 onwards to answer any questions that you may have in respect of photography expeditions and workshops, as well as photography tips and techniques and other useful information.
Apart from recent photography projects, I have also recently taken two National Geographic Courses.
The first was National Geographic – Developing an Explorer Mindset for students, and the second and most recently finished was the National Geographic – Storytelling for impact – Photography course.
“Both National Geographic courses were excellent and I would certainly endorse them for anyone wishing to progress their careers as educators in photography or any other subjects”.
Aside from my two expeditions to Scotland in October and November 2021, I have been busy researching, and preparing expeditions for 2022.
Of course, the pandemic and subsequent travel restrictions do not help things, but I am constantly monitoring changes on a daily basis.
In September 2021, I have arranged a return to the beautiful country of Iceland. My main aim is to conduct a recce at a couple of locations I have not visited previously.
It is my hope that the Geldingadair volcano is still simmering at the time of my visit, as this will provide a great photo opportunity.
Aside from Iceland, other locations at the top of my current research list are Alaska, Patagonia (Chile) and Norway. Keep viewing this website for further updates on these and other forthcoming expeditions.
Finally, pleased to announce that my article – “Research & Planning” has been published in the July 2021 edition of the Landscape Photography magazine. This is certainly one of my favoured online magazines so I was especially pleased to become a contributing author. (Click on link below for further details)
Thanks for your time and please subscribe to my website for regular monthly updates, Mark