Angelo is a 21-year-old storm chaser from the port city of Salerno, in the south of Italy. Two years ago he took up storm chasing, a hobby that has led him to photographing extreme weather around his tempestuous home region of Campania and beyond. This is the story of how, and why, he does it…
Michael MacDonald is a graphic designer and photographer from the west coast of Scotland with a passion for hiking, biking, and most of all, snowboarding. As a volunteer and activist for climate charity Protect Our Winters UK, he hopes to inform and empower others to help protect the places we love. During winter, you’ll find him sliding sideways at Glencoe Mountain in the Scottish Highlands.
Nils Amelinckx is a Belgian-bred Lake District resident with a passion for mountain biking, snowboarding and photography. In 2017, he was diagnosed with stage 4 cancer and ever since he tries to use his story and imagery to inspire others to live their lives to the fullest, even through times of hardship.
I’ve been working as a freelance filmmaker and photographer since 2014, alongside a great network of other creatives on a diverse range of productions.
One of my main goals is to always capture the raw feelings of the ones in front of the camera and inspire people to go out and experience real nature. My approach to this is being an outdoor enthusiast myself and always trying to be at eye level with the athletes.
Adventurer, storyteller, mountain lover. Jenny Tough. Real name.
Kyle Obermann is an award-winning conservation photographer, videographer, and writer based in Chengdu, China. Fluent in Mandarin, his work documents the evolution of China’s nature reserves, national parks, and grassroots environmental groups.
Planning a trip is difficult at the moment, but one of the easier places to travel to (if you’ve been fully vaccinated) is Iceland. Is it on the green list? Yes. Is it the classic summer holiday? Hmm, not so much.
From wind chimes to Samurai fart battles, the history of wind in Japan engages all the senses (except taste).
Tenrecs! They’re spiky like hedgehogs, but more closely related to elephants – and that’s not the only unusual thing about them…
Mahé in the Seychelles is the last known location of a pirate’s treasure. Will anyone crack the code and find the bounty?