The pandemic has turned travel as we knew it upside down. Could slow travel offer answers to how we explore in the months ahead? My editorial for the brand’s first print magazine sits alongside photography by Fran Mart.
Interviewed for issue two of the magazine, I spoke about authenticity online, the Scotland we see on social media, and why I advocate for slower travel. Image from Fen and Field’s Instagram feed.
How is social media changing the way we travel in Scotland and beyond? I partnered with tour guide Nicolas Loisel to answer this question, creating a series of thought-provoking blogs and video content.
On an early spring day, blue skies sit over the rolling Fife hills. As I walk, I consider how good weather can be a balm after the worst of winters.
Before, repeating the same walk every weekend might have been many people’s definition of boredom. Now, the small green spaces on our doorstep provide calm in the chaos.
Collecting memories or taking photos for Instagram’s sake? I explore how my relationship with photography has changed in the past year since the pandemic changed our lives.
I was asked at the start of the year to give a definition of slow travel to accompany an article. My definition is for a world where our phones are forever in our pockets.
I am a slow travel writer based in Scotland.
My work roughly centres on three themes: slower travel, digital minimalism, and Scotland. I’m particularly interested in exploring how social media is changing the way we experience places, and the importance of nature in modern life.
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