Crossing Australia – no weak link

When I pack for an overseas film shoot my first thought is ‘what can I pack that I don’t mind destroying?’. Usually I can expect the shoots to be in pretty extreme environments (think mountains/ deserts/ jungle). As a result I have an enormous drawer full of crapped-out clothing which include: a pair of combat trousers with more stitch marks than a rag doll, another pair which are gaffa-taped together and pretty much all of my shirts have holes in places there shouldn’t be holes. This is what I have worn on adventures for almost a decade – disposable clothing – because nothing tends to survive long in the field when you’re crawling through the dirt and dust, running up mountainsides, jumping in rivers and then sleeping in these same clothes. Continue reading

Travel Photographer of the Year: entries now open!

From fiery lava flows to a magical, snow-swirled New York street scene or the imperious gaze of an elusive, endangered Iberian lynx, the winning images in the 2016 international Travel Photographer of the Year awards are stunning. Continue reading

Spirit of Adventure Winner, Paul Gath

Fishing in the bay

Páramo is pleased to announce that Paul Gath has won the Spirit of Adventure award in David Noton’s f11 photography competition, sponsored by Páramo. Paul is now the proud owner of a Páramo Halcon jacket.

“I’m really pleased and honoured to win this competition and add the Halcon jacket to my growing list of Páramo gear. The winning photo was taken in Halong Bay, Vietnam and as you can imagine, there wasn’t much need to a winter coat on that trip!”

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