A Line in the Sand It is a unique feeling to peel open the cover of a new magazine and flick straight to your own article, marvelling in imagery and text brought to life, scrutinising reproduction quality and inhaling that magnificent smell that only belongs to freshly printed material. In this world of dwindling print titles it is so encouraging to come across two such passionate individuals as Simon and Julie of Freestak, who have spent their evenings, weekends and kitchen budget to produce Like the Wind magazine. Written and produced by runners, for runners, it concentrates on quality content, quality design and quality print. I was fortunate enough to connect with Simon on my return from completing the Marathon des Sables and having seen some of my gruesome feet and iodine stained body shots he was keen to put an article together. Six weeks later and I hold in my hands an 8 page thing of beauty, a way to preserve my already fading memories of an epic week in the Sahara and hopefully a way of conveying exactly why so many people continue to be lured to this bizarre event each year. I can only thoroughly recommend you invest in a copy via http://www.likethewindmagazine.com/ Thank you Simon and Julie for offering me this opportunity. Further imagery from my experience can be found within the Personal Work section of my website.