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Five Classic Sessions From TPP

Along the way to making our book we have been luck enough to run into some pretty epic moments in the surf, from grinding beach breaks in france, to classic Arctic points. Here’s a couple of films and a couple of photo galleries from he first five, more later, and if you want to read […]

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TPP Education Resource

Over the last five years we have silently distributed over 1600 images of pollution, surfing and adventure to educational establishments worldwide. Through this we have reached around about 3 million young people, plus a whole load more through talks and films. This resource is vast, and up until this month has sat on a drop […]

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Numb

Sometime in the 90’s myself and friend Ian Battrick spent way too much time living in Bundoran. Every autumn for a couple fo years were spent strolling across fields and surfing and filming waves there. It was never as good as we’d hoped, but it fired up a quest to get out to the remoter […]

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Grab A Book

We are in the final few days of our fundraising for 2019, we look to raise about five thousand pounds a year to continue with the distribution of our educational resources, and going into schools to talk about the plastic project. We have an incredible group of sponsors as always, but this year our other […]

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Help Us With The Plastic Project

The last five years especially here at the plastic project have been about creating a resource of images from across the planet, that is accessible to any school, college or individual that would like them. As well as shooting thousands of images ourselves we have also drawn in some of the best surf and adventure […]

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Books, Books, Books

We finally have a book for you all. Dispatches From A Plastic Planet will be hitting the road to all those that have ordered already this week and we have a limited number left (about 50 hard/30soft backed) for anyone who would like to get one. It’s a follow up to my first book Numb, […]

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A Few Spreads From Norway

Eye opening, remote and high performance from way into the Arctic. The Lofoten Islands stand like sentinels in the the north west of Norway, but their position also makes their remote beaches and coves the perfect end point for tonnes, and I mean tonnes of rubbish. What is more most of this has travelled thousands […]

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This Is England

Whilst I was photo ed and then editor of Wavelength mag I shot more of the English coastline than anyone had so intensively up to that point. It was rare if I was in the country and there was a swell on an English coastline that I was not on it. The shots help us […]

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Print is the perfect antidote to digital

I’m still a really big believer in print, it’s almost like a rebellious counter point to our modern life attached to a device of some sort. It’s why I’m passionate about creating this book. It’s taken a long while, considerably longer than I expected, and has been a rocky road of getting rid of plastic […]

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