"Everything about the outdoors should be cool, but let’s be honest, when you’re out on a day when the weather changes and it’s windy, it’s in your face, you’re soaking wet and cold, it’s pretty miserable. Let’s not try and pretend that there aren’t days when that happens! It could even be in the sun: it can be swelteringly hot – you’re sticky, you’re fed up, you just want to get out of it! But equally, it’s partly that which makes it so much fun, when you get out of it and feel that sort of elation of surviving it, getting through it, and actually managing what you did. I’ve never had a day where when I’ve come in from the outdoors and gone ‘that is it, I’m never going back, it’s over for me, studios from now on!’. And it never will, because the outdoors never ceases to amaze me."