In March this year, adventurer-turned-photographer Naoki Ishikawa set out to climb Mt. Everest. It wasn't his first time on the mountain: ten years earlier, he'd reached the summit as part of his mission to become, at the age of 23, the youngest person to scale the highest peaks on each seven continents. This time around, he had a different aim in mind: to record the climb as accurately as possible, using a pair of medium-format cameras. The results will be on display in this exhibition, including bird's-eye views of the world below shot from a height of - you've guessed it – 8,848 metres.