Upcoming Project: Worlds Collide

In September I will be heading out to Georgia with Oropendola Productions to work on a film covering a conservation issue. Every year one of the worlds greatest spectacles takes place. Over a million birds of prey migrate through the Batumi bottleneck in Georgia,...

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Birch Bashing with the RSPB

Kitted out in waterproofs and wellies and ready to face the cold and foggy day ahead, a group of volunteers headed up to the heathland on The Lodge reserve in Sandy. Lowland heathland had previously covered The Lodge for about 5000 years, but much of it was lost due...

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Rickmansworth Canal

On a brisk winters day we headed down to Rickmansworth Canal to get a small taste of what life on the canal is like. We then climbed on board a narrow boat and went for a trip along the canal. Expertly navigated by our guide, who was all smiles and clearly in the...

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Road Trip Part 4: Knysna Elephant Park

The last leg of our journey took us to the Knysna Elephant Park. Knysna forest elephants had supposedly roamed freely through the forests around Knysna but, largely through loss of habitat, they became almost extinct. The Knysna Elephant Park sought to bring elephants...

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Road Trip Part 3: Birds of Eden and Monkeyland

Whilst road tripping along the Garden Route, we thought we'd spend a day exploring the Birds of Eden and Monkeyland sanctuaries, which are right next door to each other near Plettenberg Bay. I have mixed feelings about these kind of places as I'm a firm believer that...

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Road Trip Part 1: Hogsback

We started out on our road trip from Cape Town driving along the coast. With music, plenty of snacks, an ocean view and sunshine streaming in through the open windows it was a promising start. Fast forward 11 hours and we've turned inland and been driving through...

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Exploring Kirstenbosch in the rain

Another place to visit, that I'm sure features on many peoples list when visiting Cape Town, is Kirstenbosch gardens. We headed out on a lovely sunny day, with just a few fluffy clouds around, to be met with light rain when we arrived. As ever, every cloud has a...

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Franschhoek- Wine Country

My next venture took me into the South African countryside, and the heart of the cape winelands. Tucked away and surrounded by mountains, Franschhoek- whose names translates to French Corner, is a real gem, and yes, you guessed it! The top attraction here is wine...

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Conquering Table Mountain

Amongst other things, Cape Town is famous for Table Mountain, so named because of it's completely flat top. It has also been officially recognised as one of the new seven wonders of the world and making their way to the top is probably on the to-do list for any...

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Cape Point, Baboon Central

If you love stunning views and good hiking trails then Cape Point is the place for you. I've been there twice now and still haven't seen all of it, but what I have seen varies from rocky mountains, to deserted white beaches. The main attractions are the lighthouse at...

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Simon’s Town

Predominantly an old naval town and still home to the South African Navy. It is South Africa's third-oldest settlement, and was named after Simon Van Der Stel, the governor of the Dutch settlement. Simon's Town also boasts picturesque ocean views,  quaint streets and...

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Boulders Beach, Home of the Penguins!

Head into Simon's Town, and there you'll find some of the most stunning beaches, but the most popular, and topping any tourists list, would have to be Boulders. Aptly named after the huge granite boulders that litter the place, its not just the gorgeous white sand and...

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Kalk Bay Fish Market

At first glance, with its narrow cobbled streets working their way up the mountain, antique and craft shops and the harbour side, Kalk Bay is a picturesque holiday seaside town.   Located roughly 30km from Cape Town, Kalk Bay has one of the last working fishing...

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Wedding Decorations

If you're looking for a wedding supplier then don't look any further than Wedding Day Hire, the range of products they have is incredible, you'll be spoilt for choice and you won't find anyone more helpful than Deborah. Recently I've had the great pleasure of working...

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Elaine and Mark

Elaine and Mark had the good fortune of gorgeous sunshine on their wedding day, it was a lovely family orientated day, which sums Mark and Elaine up perfectly. The ceremony; The Bride, Groom and guests then spilled out into the sunshine... and the kids made their bid...

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Introducing Niki and Liam Fleming

Heather you are an amazing photographer who produced some amazing photos from our wedding. You captured moments which bring a tear to my eye when I see the pictures, and have provided me with some amazing memories that otherwise I may not have. Thank you so very much,...

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