Tag: travel

Rodeo Queen

Photographer Chris Scott Snyder wanted to capture a series of work on rodeos; this took her on a steep learning curve, getting to know its people, customs and passions. Here she talks about that experience, and what lead her to this point

By Glorious

Running ‘Sub 3’

Only four per cent of all marathon runners manage to break three hours – Erica Stanley-Dottin is one of them. We asked her what making ‘the List’ really means – and discovered how running is nothing without community

By Alice Barraclough

Women In Focus

“Sometimes, people don’t take you seriously when you are shooting with an iPhone.” Award-winning photographer Luisa Dorr talks about her photographic work, and how she centres women in the frame

By Glorious

Run Your City

If it weren’t for running and a love of croissants, photographer Tekla Szőcs would never have crossed paths with Samantha Dong. Tekla tells the story of how they connected, the New York City running scene, and the importance of community and friendship

By Tekla Szőcs

Positive Ageing

If you view cheerleaders as young, enthusiastic women, then think again! We meet the inspirational Sun City Poms, a retiree cheerleading troupe from Arizona who subvert the perceptions of ageing

By Annabel Herrick

A Land For Everyone

On Scotland’s Highland hills, Hannah Bailey and Lyndsay McLaren skateboarded like no one had ever done before, breaking stereotypes, barriers and expectations along the way, that not only exist within skate culture, but the outdoors too

By Hannah Bailey

Take It To The Top

The word ‘Cholita’ had previously been used as a derogatory nickname for the Aymara women of Bolivia. Todd Antony photographs a marginalised female tribe of climbers fighting back in their own way – and reclaiming the word

By Annabel Herrick

Descending Deep

Ruth Osborn swapped a career in the public sector for a life in Ibiza to follow her love of water, which led her to become one of the UK's best freedivers

By Glorious

The Cold Fix

In her own words, Sara Barnes tells us how she fell in love with open water swimming, so much so that she decided to document other women’s swimming stories into a book, fittingly titled The Cold Fix


By Sara Barnes

Life By The Horns

“We were very lucky to be gifted with the philosophy that everything is achievable.” Annika and Jessica Horn, daughters of renowned explorer Mike Horn, talk about how he shaped their mindset – and now they strive to empower women everywhere

By Daisy Woodward