Taking a little too much air to take things off my mind.
Aerial video sequences of a frozen lake in the sunshine, near Fribourg in Switzerland.
Aerial sequences of the quiet and peaceful Diemtigal Valley in Switzerland.
The longest and hardest hike in Switzerland I've managed to date, captured in photos and video.
A remarkable and beautiful film of nature, landscape, ice and ocean by photographer Stefan Forster.
My second “vlog”, from Flims in Graubünden.
I presented at the WordCamp conference in Lausanne a couple of weeks ago, on the subject of website usability. The video of my talk is now online.
British photographer and videographer Thomas Heaton visits three of my favourite locations in Switzerland.
How I quickly implemented a splash page for Sulzer Schmid Laboratories, containing an autoplaying HTML5 video.
A first foray into the world of the video blog, or “vlog”, which I shot while hiking in the Alps a few weeks ago.
Short sequence of aerial views of Faulensee in Switzerland.
Adobe has, at last, added the possibility to add custom presets in the mobile version of Lightroom.
What I get out of taking the time and effort to take landscape images with a proper camera, and printing them to make proper photographs you can hold in your hand.
Great, simple tips for getting better results from Adobe Lightroom.
Mattia Bicchi smashes it out of the park again with this wonderful time-lapse video of the Jurassic Coast in the south of England.
Before “Under An Arctic Sky” was even an idea or a film it was a love affair with surfing in cold water.
The rubbish collection service at Bettmeralp – a car-free village in the mountains of upper canton Valais – must be unique in the world. In the absence of any road connection to the village, a 7.5-tonne lorry is carried up and down the mountain by cable-car.
The small «Berggasthaus» beneath the cliffs in canton Appenzell is one of the most famous destinations in Switzerland.
We’re incredibly lucky to live in such a beautiful place, and incredibly lucky to be able to enjoy the sight of the Blümlisalp paddle steamer, which passes our home every day in summer, hooting loudly as it arrives at the landing quay in the village a few hundred metres away.