Travel Writing

I am a published travel writer.  I have an M.A. in Documentary Photography and Photo-journalism from the University of the Arts, London and have completed a travel writing course at the London School of Journalism.
Here is a selection of articles I have written. 
Dead Men in Grand Gulch - a trek discovering the spirit of Native Americans in a remote Utah Canyon.  (Utah Adventure Journal, 2018) 

The Boat to Timbuktu  - a pinasse along the River Niger to Timbuktu (International Tourism and Travel News, 2000)

The Slow Train to Modern Europe  - the end of a long cycle ride in the Ukraine (NLJ,1993)

Between the Mountains and the Sea  - forests and churches in the Catalan foothills of the Pyrenees (NLJ,1998)

Inti Raymi  - Festival of the Inca Sun God (NLJ,1994)

Potosi - Bolivia's Silver City (NLJ, 1994)

A Short Walk in the Karakoram  - the trek up the Baltoro Glacier to K2 Base Camp (2012)

Baltistan - a tourist Shangri-La?  - coming over the border from China into Pakistan's Hunza Valley (Pamir Times, 2011)

Vietnam - the ancient trading port of Hoi An  (NLJ,1994)

Samarkand and Bukhara - winter in Central Asia during the Soviet era (NLJ,1983)

A Postcard form Armenia  - a long week-end in Armenia (2001)

Transylvania - a cycling trip through the Saxon villages of Transylvania (NLJ, 1992)

Return to Transylvania  (2010)

Ethiopia  (2001)

A week in Iraqi Kurdistan  (2009)

The Joys of Travel; the Legacies of War  - Croatia and Bosnia-Herzogovenia (2008)

Walking in the Cevennes  (1981) 

Canoeing in the Wilderness  - paddling through the Algonquin National Park in Northern Ontario (2008)