The very best of my photographs from the Rice Terraces of the Philippines to the restaurants of San Francisco.
Taiwan is a country of amazing geographic diversity, which is highlighted by two strips of absolutely otherworldly coastline.
Angel’s Landing is said to be one of the most spectacular trails in the world. With exposed sections of trail 1000 ft high, it may also be one of the most dangerous.
The Eskaya are a tribe in the southern Philippines with a history and language that both perplex scholars.
Listed as one of UNESCO’s endangered World Heritage Sites, the Banaue Rice Terraces are a visual splendor and historical treasure that is slowly falling into ruin.
I spent a week canoeing down Manitoba’s Manigotagan River. There were rapids. We flipped a canoe or two.
This little-known island 20km off the coast of Taiwan may be small, but it’s packed with surprises.
My brother and I take a trip up to the ski hill late in the season after it’s closed to try out the snowboard park. Turned into a great day. Read it now.
The Sepilok Orangutan Reserve is one of the few places where tourists can go and see these notoriously shy creatures.
Taipei’s Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) is filled with some incredibly weird stuff. I love weird stuff. Here are some pictures of it.
I wanted to climb Fisher’s Peak for 33 years before I managed to do it. Then my brother did ‘the penguin’.
I’ve never seen leaves as colourful as those I saw trail riding in Utah’s Soldier Hollow.
I was in my cousin’s apartment across the street from the the Rogers Arena when the riots broke out, so I grabbed my camera and jumped into the fray.
For years I’d wanted to go ziplining, but never had the opportunity. Then I went to Mazatlan and fixed that, right before downing a few shots of fresh mescal.