To minimise the damage caused to the countryside by roebuck, and to sustain a healthy UK population in the wild, numbers must be kept in check by hunters skilled in the art of stock management. As part of an ongoing project. I recently found myself in a privileged position – stalking the stalker from the shadows as he tracked his prey.
The burgeoning UK wine industry is a welcome economic success story, and pruning season is vital to the production of a bumper crop. The grape variety in these shots is Solaris, which thrives in challenging conditions and is used by the experts at Sidbury Vineyard to make a crisp, dry white wine. I will return in late spring to photograph a process that’s equally crucial for a successful harvest – bud rubbing – and you can follow my year charting the life of an English vineyard here.
The name Tetra Pak used to symbolise the age-old struggle between humanity and the cardboard milk carton. These days, as well as leading the way in food processing and packaging technology, the company is transforming the way we think about marketing.
I was recently commissioned to photograph one of Tetra Pak’s groundbreaking Customer Innovation Centres in Lund, near Malmö in Sweden. It’s part of a global network of spaces equipped with tools and technologies designed to support brainstorming, research, product design and development – an environment tailor-made for creative collaboration.