As an aviation photographer and enthusiast I have contributed to other publications and resources in both print and digital media. Links to some of my other work are below
The House of Rapp
G-IV pilot Ron Rapp writes a thought-provoking and well informed aviation blog which has so far featured two pieces to which I have contributed.
The first was the story about "The last flight of the first GII" which features elsewhere on these pages as a dedicated gallery. Rons enlightening take on this event can be read here
I also wrote an extensive piece for The House of Rapp on the hobby of "plane spotting" at Rons invitation. This was an attempt to explain to the world this often misunderstood but harmless pastime of hanging around an airport to watch the airplanes come and go and take some photographs. This "spotters" community is a like-minded band of brothers, of which I have been a part for more years than I care to remember. However, it has provided me with some great adventures and some valuable friends. This piece of attempted illumination and positive PR can be read here
One of the best aviation websites around in my opinion and one of my favourites, authored by James Albright - AKA "Eddie Haskell". I was inspired to write a piece for James about my flying experiences after reading many accident reports and case studies on his website. You can read all about it here
"Waypoint" is the quarterly in-house magazine of Gulfstream Aerospace. The company invited me to write a piece for their summer 2013 issue to mark the withdrawal from service of GII serial number 1. Being an internal publication it was not made available to the general public but I have a very limited number of personal copies available. Get in touch via the contact page on my website if you would like one.
Global publication "Flight International" also used the story in a short piece in their October 2012 issue.