Gear List

Olympus Pro System
Despite being m4/3, size should not fool you. Endless customisation, true weather sealing, stunning glass and features such as Live Time, Live Composite and the ability to produce 80mp images make the OMD my ‘go-to’ system.
Olympus EM1mk2 20mp
m. Zuiko 40-150 f2.8 Pro
m. Zuiko 12-40 f2.8 Pro
m. Zuiko 12-100 f4 Pro
m. Zuiko 7-14 f.2.8 Pro (with Filter Adapter for Nisi v5Pro)
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Nikon Z7
The Nikon is my no nonsense system for low light and for when I feel like a change. With a Sony 45.7mp sensor, it delivers everything I need if the Olympus falls short. It’s the steak when I want a change from caviar.
Nikon Z7 45.7mp
Nikon 14-35mm S f4
Nikon 24-70 S f4
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Good equipment to carry the gear in all weather and stability is essential. I have learned over the years not to cut corners. F-Stop produce backpacks that take the beating, whilst Gitzo for me produce the quality of tripod I demand. Clothing is also essential, I use Scarpa and Zamberlan boots, clothing by Berghaus and Craghoppers, and winter gear by Fjallraven.
F-Stop Anja Backpack
Gitzo Systematic GT454 for real stability
Gitzo Mountaineer for a lighter load
Gitzo 138QD ballhead
L brackets for switching orientation are essential for me. I use RRS.
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I am proud to be a Global and UK Brand Ambassador for Nisi Filters. Being glass with IR layers to prevent colour cast the give the best image quality possible.
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