Here are a few of the titles I've variously shot, authored and co-authored.
Richard works regularly for many of the UK’s broadsheets covering domestic and foreign travel on any number of subjects, from family to adventure. For the last 12 years he’s swam with seals in The Isles of Scilly, dodged musthing elephants in central Africa, flown on zip-lines in the Lao jungle, tracked wolves in the Carpathians, and been on the trail of Jack Kerouac in California; not to mention breaking a rib for The Daily Telegraph in an article questioning whether you can take up snowboarding after 20 years' absence. He recently wrote about the plight of orang-utans in the Bornean rainforest following the extensive fires that raged there in 2015.
As a travel author he has co-written some twenty books and counting for Lonely Planet, in territories as diverse as Laos, Transylvania, Malawi and Borneo; as well as Dorling Kindersley's current title on Cambodia, and photographing and co-authoring a number of Cool Camping titles. Alongside travel he covers hotels and wellbeing.
He has just returned form Kodiak Island, Alaska, writing about the world's largest bear for The Telegraph.