I hate having photos taken of myself (because I'm not all that photogenic), but I love taking photos, given the right place and time.
As part of my university course, I also took a module on Digital Photography, which didn't really teach me how to take good photos, but rather how to sort the bad from the good and make the good even better.
The little slideshow on the right showcases just six examples of my photographic work, but each one has a link which allows you to look at similar stuff.
You can also check out my Flickr account for more photos.
I paid a visit to my home county of Yorkshire to take some photos as the Tour de France passed through in July 2014. Read more here >>
As an infrequently lonely student reporter, it helps to have a bank of stock images of your university city. Read more here >>
I walked through Belgium & Luxembourg in the summer of 2014. It's the most interesting trip I've ever been on. Read more here >>
One of the first 'big' events I ever reported on was in January 2014, when the East Anglian Patriots - a low-rate EDL - came to town. Read more here >>
Ed Miliband, now the former leader of the Labour Party, held a People's Question Time in Lincoln leading up to his campaign. Read more here >>
Last but not least, I took my friend Joel and made a dystopian character out of him. Maybe I'll write a story about this, one day. Read more here >>
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