A few shots from this year’s Offgrid Sessions event on the beautiful Osea Island. This is the 4th year that I’d been invited to capture the event. It revolves around an exciting line-up of speakers and thinkers with this years theme being, Truth and reality: how do we know what we know? How can we trust what other people tell us? How can we trust what we tell ourselves? How does the world really work? A lot to take in but nicely mixed with comedy, beer, good food, wild swimming and plasticine. Fantastic!
A nice little job for The Times following their journalist on the press day for the new Channel 4 series of SAS Who Dares Wins. It was more gruelling than I expected. After some mild exercise tasks and a nice forest walk, there were smoke bombs and all the journos were chucked in the back of a van hooded and cuffed, aggressively interrorgated and then told to jump into river.
It was a real pleasure to meet Matt Haig and get some pics of him for The Sunday Times. I’m a real fan of his, devouring nearly all his audiobooks in recent months. It was actually an uncanny experience to have a cup of tea made for me by the man whose voice I had just been listening to in the car on the way to his house.
Author Alice Carter shot at her home in The South Downs near Lewes for The Times. Alice writes books about murder and pets and is also an artist.