Field recordist. Sound artist. Photographer. Writer. Microadventurer.
At the root of my creativity lie the outdoors and microadventures.
Those types of adventures are often described as an easy escape from every day life into the great outdoors. There is truth to that, but for me they are more. They are a reminder that adventures do not need to be daring and big to be challenging and rewarding. Exploring my local area is just as exciting.
It connects me to the land, each footstep or pedal stroke an imprint on my memory and body of the landscape I encounter. In a world where in a matter of hours we can be in another continent this reminds me that the grass is not always greener somewhere else. There is wonder and magic to be found by travelling under my own steam from my front door.
I record those journeys in photos, sounds, and words, taking you on the road with me. I become the guide through which you can embark on a journey in a particular space and time, seeing the details of everyday life, meeting strangers, exploring new landscape, and delving into my inner world. The results are an archive of the world and myself in particular a date, time, and place.
Most of my work is published using Creative Commons licence described above. For more details on what it means, go here. In short, I’m open for you to share and adapt my work as long as you link back to me, don’t make money out of it, and share your adaptating in the same way.
Let me know if you do use any of my work. I’d love to hear/read/see what you’ve done with it.
Some of my work is not published under such licence. If you are unsure if you are allowed to reuse my work, get in touch.
Queer Out Here
An audio zine that explores the outdoors from queer perspectives.
Issue 03 is out now!
It bring together stories and soundscapes from around the world to hear how queerness intersects with and influences people’s experiences of outdoor spaces and activities.
Why We Ride
Queer Out Here