I’ve got a cracking beard - if that’s not enough then my personal Moto is ‘Organised fun is more fun!’ Laura created it for me as I love to plan, organise and research with a new spreadsheet popping up every chance I can with detailed itineraries and budgets (I am also pretty obsessed with Evernote.) 

I have a list of qualifications to do with diving, sailing, skiing, mountain pursuits and a degree in Creative Writing and Sustainable Design. I have worked in hospitality, diving, sailing and skiing industries as well as leading various expeditions all over the world. These experiences allow me to understand, compliment and tell stories through photography. What this means is that I adapt easily and quickly, which is handy on photoshoots.

I have worked and lived in many places including Canada, Australia, Thailand and France ( In a past life I was a chef which enabled some of these). I love to travel and plan on seeing a lot more.

Photography has been a passion since I was young and has progressed with my experiences over the years. I am proud to be a creative and use the skills I have learnt to capture images but also to collaborate on other projects through our nomadic design agency called Yellow Matilda. This is made up of myself, Laura, (a super talented graphic designer) our dog Angus and our Yellow VW Campervan called Matilda 

Going on adventures is a big part of what we do and to me it needs two special elements- reflection for those participating and the ability to inspire others to get out there and try. This is why I love photography because it is a combination of the two.

We spend a lot of time on the road listening to audiobooks and music.

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Organised fun is more fun
— Laura Geyer
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This site displays a selection of my portfolio, some of my favourites and our most recent travels.  

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Taking an image, freezing a moment, reveals how rich reality truly is.”
— Anonymous