Death, Surrender, Emergence.




This is the first blog in a while and the reasons will make sense further on. This was part 2 of Naked Mountain , exploring themes of art nude in the landscape and using the imagery to create a sense of drama/ freedom. You can read about the first shoot here http://www.nadirkhan.co.uk/blog/naked-mountain/  But looking at […]

Naked Mountain




Last moth I was doing a shoot on Skye with the very talented Ayla Rose , a model from Suffolk whose work I had seen and thought she would be perfect for the sort of images I had in mind. I guess the idea for the shoot came a bit from a series called Stone […]

Skye




A few weeks ago I had the pleasure of working with Glenmore lodge shooting their scrambling course based on Skye for the upcoming Summer brochure. Skye is a place , probably out of everywhere that I’ve photographed, that never fails to inspire , whatever the weather. The night I was driving over the clouds were […]

Another very late blog post : o




In March and April  I was busy shooting a commission for a client, specifically the areas of Cumbria and North Wales. It was a very last minute thing that I got a call a week before and luckily I had time to shoot Cumbria before going to Morzine with Jared. The brief was to capture […]

The Hurting




Seems a while since I sat down to write up my blog and realised I had quite a backlog of stuff and images to talk about. I had posted one of the images from Ines’s ascent of The Hurting shortly after she climbed the route but then didn’t put anymore up as there were a […]

Scottish Gnarl




I’ve had a few days at home as a respite from whats seems to be a lot of Scottish gnarl. They tell me that sometimes the wind stops blowing and the sun actually shines in the winter in Scotland, I don’t believe them. I was up in Ft William for the film festival which was […]

An Artist and his Muse




An Artist and his Muse Mario Testino has Kate Moss, Man Ray had Kiki de Montparnasse and I guess I have, well I have Colin Peck. I don’t mean ‘have’ him in any sort of biblical sense, but when I look back through the images that have been important for me and the person that […]

2014 in images and words




I kind of look forward to this little trip down memory lane at the end of the year. I know I say and many others say that time seems to move faster as you get older. When I was a kid , a year would seem to last forever, now its a few trips here […]

North Wales Mountain biking




Last weekend I headed over to N Wales to meet up with Jenny, Rich and Tom. You know, you see these little films about Facebook and media and how its killing interaction between people and how people just stare at their devices now rather than chatting etc, as far as my experience goes , its […]

Varanasi




Back from India now,  2.5 kilos lighter thanks to having to starve myself for the last 2 days of the trip to get through the 9 hour flight home thanks to an upset stomach, and sitting in the peace and calm of my home away from the continual noise , heat , dust and bustle […]