• Bushcraft Training Videos

    Bushcraft Basics is a training series aimed at people who are right at the beginning of their journey. Bushcraft as a word encompasses all wilderness living skills...

  • Hand Made Ferrocerium Rods

    Ferrocerium Rods are a popular fire lighting tools used in Bushcraft and Survival skills and can be found in medical, military and emergency kits almost all over...

  • Field Dressing: Wood Pigeon

    If you eat meat and you hunt then Wood Pigeon may well be something you have eaten before. Its one of my favorites and as someone who...

  • Bushcraft Courses

    I run a range of courses as a freelance instructor for a number of Bushcraft schools and outdoor activity centers around the UK. I am however in...

  • Field Dressing a Duck

    Duck shooting is a rare occurrence for me. In all honesty I just like watching and listening to them but if I do shoot one I generally field...

  • Natural Crafts Now Available

    Making practical yet aesthetic pieces of equipment from Leather Hide, Bone, Antler and Horn has always been something I have embraced and enjoyed. To say that I am a...

Bushcraft Basics is a training series aimed at people who are right at the beginning of their journey. Bushcraft as a word encompasses all wilderness living skills that allow you to live comfortably with the natural world that surrounds you, get closer to it, understand and respect it. Read More

The Field Master is a high end hand made field knife born from extensive time in the field coupled with the experience and precision of one of the finest knife makers in England. Read More

I recently spent some time Wild Camping in the Lake District which is one of the most stunning areas of natural beauty we have here in the British Isles. We had a base camp in an ancient coniferous forest in the lower ranges of the fells. A good friend of ours called Nigel who is also a mountain leader provided us with Tipi’s, camp beds, food and reindeer hides to make our stay a comfortable one. Read More

Although Pheasants are far from native here in the British Isles they can be found almost everywhere as an introduced species due to the popularity of game shoots. Pheasant has always been something I have treasured around a camp fire, alone or with friends and family. Read More

Whether you know them as Cramp Balls, King Alfred’s Cakes or Daldinia Concentrica, the fungus is an incredible tinder. The name Concentrica lays reference to the concentric growth lines within the fungus. Cramp Balls are a type of fungus growing almost exclusively on the dead fallen branches of Ash or the dying tree itself. They are almost an annual fungus, fruiting in the early spring and gradually growing to maturity toward the autumn. Read More