Will and Bear Tag

Revisting Mongolia

If someone asked me where do you see yourself in 10 years, Cover of Rolling Stones? Yeah right, you don't wanna hear me try make music. 10 years is out of the question let alone three years. But three years ago I did visit Mongolia and knew i’d be back. Going back there was one trip that made

Will & bear Collab

Will and Bear partnered with Drizabone to collaborate with for a summer release. Loz gave me a call, they were coming over to New Zealand to shoot the collab campaign and video. I was pretty excited for another trip

Will and Bear Lads trip

The first time with Will and Bear, we actually kicked off on such an amazing note. So many interests that we had in common. Anything vintage, tiny homes, the outdoors, living on the road, surfing, adventures. A spontaneous moment I invited Alex overseas for lad's trip. He said it was exactly what he needed.

Long dusty road to South Australia

There’s something about taking the open road, the uncertainty, the badass feeling of evading all problems, the adventure, the risks, just simply getting fresh sights on everything, but most importantly the good times. The open road was what we wanted.

Travel with purpose to Timor-Leste

Traveling full time as a Sony Ambassador I get to see a fair share of the world which is amazing, but I also see the downfalls. The downfalls that humans have created. That is plastic. This isn't a post about the negativity of it but more so a trip I joined on to Timor-Leste. I partnered with a

Camping and having breakfast on the coast of New Zealand

Mountain roads to the Coast

A Will and Bear Road trip through the mountains to the coast of the South Island of New Zealand. Through Queenstown to the West Coast, down to the Catlins and back via Wanaka to Glenorchy. Photographing Surfing and hiking with summer lifestyle on the road.

surfing at Noosa

Summer times with the Will and Bear family

Family time is key and I was super stoked to drop by Byron Bay to go hang at the beach with the Will and Bear Fam. I hadn’t been to Byron since I rocked up in a old smelly bet up van crammed with my mates

Photographer Stefan Haworth in Musée ben Youssef, Marrakesh, Morocco

Taking the tourist road of Morocco

Taking the tourist road of Morocco.
I had envisioned Morocco as being a place that’s hard to find the beaten track, but it seemed the clear tourist track was very much imbedded. In my opinion mainly due to

Photographer Haworth taking photos of The Taj Mahal from the river

Rawness of India

Photographing monks and monasteries in the Indian Himalayas of Ladakh by motorbike. Exploring culture centres of Jaipur, Udaipur, Jodhpur and the famous Taj Mahal