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  1. USA Abandoned House

    An amazing house we found while on a road trip around USA full of its contents like the owners had just left.

  2. Indonesia Mt Bromo

    I’ve just had my first near death experience. I’ve been in Surbaya Indonesia a day and at 2am this morning we drove in a 4x4 to get to the top of the mountain to watch the sunrise. In the freezing cold we waited for 2 hours, but mist engulfed the…

  3. The Underworld Nephthys

    What a way to begin 2015! Jen Brook is an amazing model who contacted me back in March 2014 after I had given a talk at The Photography Show in Birmingham saying she would love to do a shoot with me (I’d meet her briefly backstage that day). I waited…

  4. Photo Professional Magazine

    A wonderful selection of my work in Photo Professional Magazine

  5. USA New York 9/11 Memorial

    When we arrived at the 9/11 memorial in New York, there were a lot of people there; it is a huge tourist attraction and visually impressive. A large beautiful memorial, commemorating the 3000 victims of the attack on New York on September 11th 2001. People go there and other dark…

  6. The Underworld Daeira

    Daeira, is “the knowing,” a divinity connected with the Eleusinian mysteries. Daiera was an Okeanid Nymph from the town of Eleusis in Attika. She may have been the Naiad of the town’s famous well, the Khallikhoros, where Demeter first rested upon entered Eleusis. Daeira was connected with the rites of…

  7. Thailand Burma Railway

    The Burma Railway, also known as the Death Railway, is 415,000m in length and goes from Ban Pong in Thailand to Thanbyuzayat in Burma. It was constructed in 1943 by Asian laborers and prisoners of war, who were subjected to incredibly harsh conditions. As many as 250,000 civilians were estimated…

  8. Italy Abandoned Locations

    After spending a week exploring Italy, this is a selection of some of the locations we explored

  9. Indonesia Sidoarjo Mud Flow

    I arrived at the site of Sidoarjo in East Java in Indonesia and walked across a muddy wasteland viewing statues swallowed by the mud. They had been placed as a memorial to the devastation caused by a mudflow eruption that killed 20 people and left over 40,000 homeless. The mud…

  10. The Photography Show, NEC Birmingham March 2014

    Public speaking has always terrified the living daylights out of me, in fact at university I was scared to even get up in front of a small group of people that I knew. As it would near my turn, my stomach would tie up in knots, words whizzing round my…

  11. Germany Wünsdorf-Waldstadt

    Once known as “Little Moscow”; and indeed, trains rain daily between this forest stronghold and the Russian capital. Wünsdorf acted as the Soviet Union’s headquarters in Germany, and was the largest installation of its kind outside of the USSR   Built by the Germans, the Russians took control of the site…

  12. Mexico The Mummies of Guanajuato

    In Guanajuato, Mexico, there are a number of naturally mummified bodies interred during a cholera outbreak around 1833. The human bodies were uncovered between 1870 and 1958. During that time, a local tax was in place requiring a fee to be paid for burial and if the tax was not…

  13. Italy Textiles Factory

    An abandoned Italian textiles factory.

  14. USA Detroit

    These are photos I collected from two different trips in Detroit USA

  15. Slovakia Elizabeth Bathory Castle

    Čachtice Castle, also known as Elizabeth Bathory’s castle, now lies in ruins. It is rumored that in 1611, Countess Elizabeth Bathory was accused of killing over 600 women within the castle and that she did this so she could bathe in their blood in hope of gaining eternal beauty and…

  16. The Underworld Elysium

    Elysium is a place in the underworld, separate from Hades realm and reserved for mortal people from Earth that are related to Gods and later those chosen by the Gods who have lead a heroic and righteous life before they died.It is a place that is easy to stay, there…

  17. Russia Satellite Communication Centre

    This was the last location myself, Ian and Konstantine visited on our 8 day road trip seeing abandoned buildings in Russia, this was literally a last grab before heading to the airport and although a lot of it was trashed, we found a few areas which were interesting. It was…

  18. USA Car Graveyard

    We came across a huge field full of decaying cars while on a road trip in the USA

  19. Romania Bran Castle

    Bran Castle is located on the border of Transylvania and Wallachia. It is known as Dracula’s Castle and along with other castles such as Poenari and Hunyad, it is linked to the legend of Dracula. It’s a very beautiful medieval castle, originally made of wood, built in 1212 and was…

  20. Italy Casino

    An abandoned casino in Italy

  21. India Taj Mahal

    The Taj Mahal is a mausoleum in Agra, India. It was commissioned in 1632 to hold the body of Mughal emperor Shah Jahan’s favored wife Mumtaz Mahal. The tomb inside is made of marble and stands on a plinth. It was completed in 1653 and is now recognised as a…

  22. UK Encountering Corpses

    I first heard about ‘Encountering Corpses’ late 2013 and it totally sounded like my kind of thing so I registered for a ticket + 1 and waited patiently for March to come. I think it was the fact Paul Koudounaris was giving a talk, who I own one of his…

  23. Poland Auschwitz

    Auschwitz concentration camp was a network of concentration and extermination camps built and operated by the Third Reich in Polish areas annexed by Nazi Germany during World War II. It was the largest of the German concentration camps and about a million Jews died there. Another 75,000 non Jewish Poles…

  24. Switzerland Hospital

    I visited this abandoned hospital with Christian and Ben in 2016, it was a long drive up the mountains, but was such a beautiful view and a great hospital to look around for a few hours.

  25. Germany Heilstätten Hohenlychen

    Heilanstalten Hohenlychen was opened in 1902 as a Red Cross sanatorium for the treatment of tuberculosis. The site consisted of many buildings, and was notable for its holistic approach to the treatment of the disease. Onsite facilities included a swimming pool, a bath house, chapel, surgery department, sports hall, a…

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