I bought a DJI Mavic Air that arrived during a heavy snowstorm in the UK called The Beast From The East. Here’s some quick test footage around a London park thrown together using iMovie.
Walkabout in Lisbon from a couple of days in January overlaid to an amazing Fado singer we saw in Bairro Alto (audio through the phone mic).
The return of the Lumiere exhibition to London. After filming this in 2016 on a GH4 I decided to take a more minimal approach and just use an iPhone.
It was June 2003 when six Royal Military Policeman were murdered by a mob in Majar-al Kabir while trying to train the local force after the fall of Saddam Hussein. What has happened a decade later?
Faced with a battering from the Leveson inquiry, Operation Elveden and Hacked Off, journalists can only look with envy at the esteem in which slumlords and ambulance chasing injury lawyers are held. But there is another threat newsrooms may not be aware of: The bribery act.
David Cameron’s support for the three Britons sentenced for a minor drug offence after allegedly being tortured in Dubai is commendable – but it could come back to haunt him.
Nessun dormouse: That’s all it took. This was a headline I wrote a while back that started to trend on Twitter.
After an extended delay, the time is right to make this blog a ‘thing’ again. Here are some of the exciting developments that have occurred in the meantime…
So that was it, my final New Year’s celebration in the UAE. My three-year visa is soon to end and I am leaving these shores soon for pastures new, so I grabbed the chance to celebrate the occasion with a bang.
Not since Don Revie quit as England manager to take charge of the UAE in 1977 has Middle East football been so intensely under the media spotlight. As the recriminations over England’s failed bid to secure the 2018 World Cup continue, it is the winner of the following tournament that has proved more intriguing. The […]