Category: Environment

Covid lockdown, City of London

Compliance

Since Covid cases have exploded again, I’ve returned to the City of London for my exercise. The streets are quiet but there is always at least one fugitive…

Gully, Cadgwith, Cornwall, Lizard Peninsula, tides, camera

Gully

The ebb and flow of the tides generally follows a sine curve, often described as the ‘rule of twelfths’. One twelfth of the volume of tidal water flows…

Atoc Maguen cooking indoors

Burners

So why is it that so many carbon footprint calculators claim to be able to offset my 6.9 ton return flight, by persuading Atoc to further reduce her…

Juvenile female Grey seal 'Brolley', South Devon, UK

SYL46 aka Brolley

Grey seal SYL46 (name changed to protect her identity), is a juvenile female: nicknamed Brolley, because she was first seen playing with an abandoned umbrella. She was kindly identified…

Time Magazine July 20th 2020

Time

An excellent double edition of Time Magazine, given over to the climate crisis, features a photo of mine from London Fashion Week 2019. You can read the ‘One…

Stone Hole

Stone Hole

Stone Hole is a collaborative exhibition of large digital photographs by myself, and a timelapse film by Susi Arnott, made in tidal sea-caves along the shoreline of North Cornwall.…

Keepers

What do we keep and what do we cast out? Susi Arnott and I have been working with a portable daylight studio on the Thames foreshore, to produce…

Duck. Thames Tides. Crispin Hughes.

Duck

Duck is a single screen 8.5 min, 16:9 ratio, film with stereo sound for gallery or cinema screening. The film emerges from our collaboration with Prof. Sofia Olhede…