Camilla visits the Royal Academy of Dance in Battersea.
My friend and fellow photographer Richard Bradbury recently sent me a copy of his new book Rich Photographer Poor Photographer, in which he included a section about me and my work as an editorial photographer. I'm really honoured to be included in this excellent reference guide for budding photographers looking to set up their own business. My advice - be decisive! If you have a hobby you're passionate about and want to pursue as a business then you have to throw yourself into it. When I started out I didn't have a clue what I was doing. In the beginning it's important to create a business plan, to network, build an online presence. At the same time it's hard to disguise the fact that you're acting blind. Personally not knowing what's around the next corner was part of the excitement, as well as meeting new people and making new friends.
Here are some pics I took last week of Kate Middleton visiting the Maurice Wohl centre in South London and talking about research into mental health among pregnant women.
Last year my photos from St Olav's trail in Norway that I shot way back in 2014 appeared in two beautifully designed books: Wanderlust: Hiking on Legendary Trails published by Gestalten and Great Hiking Trails of the World by Rizzoli. There are some many amazing hikes in this book I feel honoured to have my pictures featured in them. You can't help but be inspired by some of these walks. It just makes me want to grab my boots and set off on another adventure.