Born in 1983, raised in Peterborough, Cambridgeshire, Ian has been steadily moving further and further north throughout his life and can now be found in the historical town of Kendal, Cumbria, aka the "Gateway to the Lakes".
Ian has always displayed some sort of artistic and creative streak but it manifested in different ways: first by pencil sketching as a kid, then as music via a multitude of instruments (but eventually drums) throughout his teens and early 20s.
In 2012 he bought his first ever "proper" camera, a Nikon D60. He soon went on hiking adventures with his buddies, using the trips to get to grips with his new toy. What started as a small hobby to get away from city living soon turned into a full-blown obsession with one simple aim: to show off the natural and architectural beauty of Britain to the world.
If you wish, you can check out his old site to see the development of his older work.
P.S. It feels weird to talk in the 3rd person.
Achievements, Publications, & Work Featured
Discover Cymru: 10 of Wales’ Best Beaches (Feb., 2017)
Explorelist: Best Places to Travel Alone (Retrieved Aug., 2017)
Gear & Equipment
Manfrotto MK290XTA3-3W Tripod
Sigma dp0 Quattro mirrorless camera with built-in 14mm ƒ/4.0 lens.
Hoya 58mm Slim Circular Polariser
SIOTI 100mm Square Z series Filter Holder
LEE Graduated ND Filters
Apple MacBook Pro (2015)