A writer of ephemeral things for beautiful places, exploring the disconnect between human nature and nature nature, and grappling with themes of faith, folklore and narratology.
I am a writer of ephemeral things for beautiful places. Most of my work revolves around the disconnect between human nature and nature nature, but I also grapple with themes of faith, folklore and narratology.
I edit and write for Dark Mountain Project and also work freelance as a contributor, copywriter and general creative for many beautiful and bizarre places all over the internet.
I was born in the high mountains of southern Spain and now have my home in the civilised flatlands of Cambridge. I live somewhere in-between.
Philip is one of the members featuring their work as part of the ClimateCultures Quarantine Connection series. We shared his short story What We Find in the Guts of the Bodies that the River Gives Us on Day 2 of the 40-day series to mark the first UK lockdown of the Covid-19 global pandemic.
Philip's ClimateCultures posts