I’m Hannah, a climber and photographer from West Yorkshire, England. I believe that the memories we make exploring the outdoors are valuable – they teach us endurance, courage and gratitude. I’m passionate about seeking new challenges and experiences, spending time outside and preserving wild spaces.
This website is a space for me to share stories from my time spent roaming the UK; the journals, photographs and short films I’ve collected on the way.
I received my first camera as a gift in 2001; an old Canon DSLR with a Burgundy leather neck strap. I fell in love with photography, mostly shooting images of my younger brother or the countryside around my hometown in Manchester. I’ve been capturing images ever since.
Nestled safely in the side netting of our camper van, crumpled at the bottom of my hiking rucksack and lining the drawers of my office desk lie dozens of pages of scrawled notes and half finished journal entries. Some make it, and here they are.
In the last weeks of March, we took a trip to Albarracín, a small town in the south of rural Aragón. Tucked behind towering city walls on the curve of the Guadalaviar River, its quaint stone houses and sun soaked streets cling to the mountain side – a snapshot of...read more
We piled into the van at 6am in early March, pulling open the door to the musty smell of our hiking shoes and damp waterproofs. Having eased ourselves between bags of snacks and assorted Gore-Tex we set off for a small café which marks the start of the Yorkshire Three...read more
I find the best plans are often the ones you make quickly, with barely enough time to sling your pack into the van and only the vaguest idea of a destination. A couple of weekends ago, we packed up the van and headed out into the countryside on a sub-zero Friday...read more
I’m documenting my hiking, climbing, running, van life, writing, travel and photography adventures over on my YouTube channel.