Simon J Hare is poacher turned game keeper: A former publishing executive who believed too passionately in the value of great writing and inspirational photography, to spend the rest of his life worrying about the bottom line.Goodbye board room, hello world


Simon's work to date covers his travels in the UK, Europe, Mexico, The South Pacific, Australia and South East Asia. He writes for print and online, is adept at uploading content and scarily geeky when it comes to search engine optimisation. After all, what use is great content if no one can find it?


Simon writes features, short articles and news, examples of which can be found on the panel to the right. Photographs can be supplied as high resolution or RAW files for print, or low resolution files for online use.


His words and pictures have appeared both in mainstream media, specialist magazines and travel media, including Travelfish.org, Country Life, Countrylife.co.uk, Lonely Planet Magazine, Australia & New Zealand Magazine, Decanter.co.uk, Horse Magazine, Lattitudes.nu and Southeast Asia Globe Magazine.


Simon has also won awards for his photography including second place in the 2012 World Footprints Media Travel Photography awards.

Words & PIctures

Feature: Easter Island, Country Life, 2013

Feature: The Daintree Rainforest, Australia and New Zealand Magazine, 2012

Feature: The Siem Reap Pub Quiz Scene, www.latitudes.nu, 2012

Feature: Horse whispering in New Zealand, Horse Magazine, 2012

Feature: South Pacific Island hopping in The Cook islands, Country Life, 2011

Feature: Volunteering in Cambodia,Real Travel, 2010

Short: A Cook Islands stopover Australia & New Zealand Magazine, 2011

Feature: Phu Quoc, Vietnam, the next paradise lost? South East Asia Globe, 2012

Feature: Stay another day: Siem Reap Hotels with a difference, www.latitudes.nu, 2012

Hotel Review: Otahuna Lodge, New Zealand, www.countrylife.co.uk, 2012

Feature: Heaven and hell in historic Hoi An, Vietnam, www.latitudes.nu, 2012

Short: UK narrow boat holidays, Country Life, 2008

Feature: SE Asia's lesser known islands, www.latitudes.nu, 2012

News: From UK charity Globalteer's website, 2012 onwards