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  1. Belgium Orient Express

    Here we have the lavish train carriage of the orient express train, explored in October 2014. It was just a quick stop off here, but one I am glad we did. They just don’t make trains like this anymore and it was an amazing thing to witness, although decaying and…

  2. The Underworld Princess of Darkness

    I was lying on my sofa waiting, as any moment Dave and Stephanie would arrive from their trip down from Birmingham, it was 11pm and my eyes were slowly closing after not getting much sleep the night before, thinking about the excitement of the shoot coming up. A crazy dash…

  3. UK Cavern of Lost Souls

    Myself, Richard, Barry and Nik went on a massive adventure, the place where road accident vehicles go to die. After a long trek knee deep in water from the caves of the mine and 100ft free climbing down a slate cliff, renowned for cave ins, we reached this mystical place…

  4. UK Chocolate Factory

    Explored this stunning chocolate factory on the final morning of a three day road trip around the UK in summer 2014, getting in took a bit of detective work and wasn’t as easy as it had apparently been the previous week. We were told the site was bussing with workers, due…

  5. Russia Textile Factory

    Founded in the mid-18th century, this textiles factory in Russia represents a 200-year-old site of local industry. During World War I, bandages, cotton and gauze were produced here as a part of the war effort. Under the Soviet regime the textiles factory was very successful and even went on to…

  6. UK Crown Court

    Arriving before sunrise, we made our way into this court house, it was interesting getting in when there was just tiny hole to poke through which was 9 ft of the ground, but we managed to get inside, despite a bit of clattering of metal, luckily no body spotted us getting…

  7. UK George Barnsley & Sons

    I’ve visited this enchanting place two times now over the space of a couple of years and I don’t think I could ever tire of the feeling I get of stepping back in time. once upon a time this was a tool makers workshop for making shoes. It was founded…

  8. Poland The Chapel

    The light poured in from holes in the roof and filled it like an amphitheatre of light, I am not religious but it felt godly, ethereal and heavenly. After photographing the lower level, I took a death climb to the highest level of the chapel, with parts of the stairs…

  9. Germany Schloss V

    In Germany lies this gorgeous castle. It dates from the late Middle Ages and destroyed in a fire around 1500. It was then rebuilt, over the years it transformed several times and changed owner a lot of times. Because of insolvency the castle was closed in 2004. Nowadays the castle…

  10. Germany House of Wheelchairs

    A great stop off at this hospital in Germany, it is called the house of wheelchairs as there were so many of them! The hospital functioned as a care home and with such peaceful surroundings and beautiful views, it must have been a nice place to recover from illness. Set in…

  11. Germany Dr Anna’s House

    An abandoned doctors house in Germany, we found a whole variety of horrific containers full of body parts, lungs, kidneys, eyeballs. So strange that they have just been left. the large house was used as a doctors surgery, but was also lived in by him and his wife. I believe…

  12. Austria Eggenburg Charnel

    The Austrian Eggenburg Charnel contains the bones of 5,800 people; we arrived to the viewing window and looked down upon the beautifully arranged bones, like looking at a mystical cave made of human remains. The charnel was constructed in the 14th century and the remains are so fragile that the…

  13. Belgium Alla Italia

    This is an abandoned spa in Belgium, getting in was fun as it was in a busy area, we waited at least 15 minutes while a man walked his dog around a tiny area of grass, we literally waited for the dog to poo before the man went away and…

  14. Art Photo Feature Magazine

    A fantastic 12 page feature on Art Photo Feature.

  15. Soviet Ghosts Goes Viral

    Its been two and a half months since the release of my book and its been a very exciting launch, as my first book I am over the moon at the success of Soviet Ghosts and how well it has been received. Going viral all over the internet, it has…

  16. Focus On Imaging For Lowepro

    I had the pleasure of giving a talk for Lowepro at the amazing Focus On Imaging at the NEC in Birmingham, they invited me to give a couple of talks on my work on there stand, I must say as my first talk to the public about my work, I…

  17. France Theatre Reines

    Visiting this grand theatre was amazing, it was so so beautiful, there are actually plans to restore this one which is amazing, its most definitely a true work of art and I will be very happy to see it restored to its former glory. I went with James and Voytek…

  18. UK Berkyn Manor

    I first set foot in Bull Manor within the first couple of months of exploring abandoned buildings, practically a complete newbie, we arrived in the house and I stood jaw open for a while in awe that such a place could actually exist, untouched like a moment of history frozen…

  19. The Underworld Erebus

    Erebus is a God of the underworld, representing darkness and shadows, his wife is Nyx (meaning night) whose mists covers the edges of the world and the deep recesses of the earth. His wife, brings the mist across the heavens to block out the light. Their daughters are Aether (light)…

  20. Belgium Theatre Varia

    This was quite a special explore for me, the first time I visited here we didn’t get in due to it being on a busy road and the only way in via scaffolding on the side of the building in plain view of the whole world and after I had…

  21. UK Westpark Asylum

    In 2005 I did my first explore in Canehill Asylum and to date it has been my best explore, a Victorian asylum, with items still remaining, what I would give to go back there as I have no photos worthy of showing. Soon after our exploring cherry had been popped,…

  22. Professional Photographer of the Year 2009

    On 1st January 2010 I found out that I have been awarded the title of Professional Photographer of the Year 2009 for the magazine Professional Photography Magazine. Of course this was fantastic news for me and I feel truly humbled to have been given this prestigious title. www.professionalphotographer.co.uk ‘Do you…

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