The best way to browse my portfolio is via the themed galleries below…
I try to share the beauty of the natural world around us, and to portray wildlife in new and interesting ways.
I enjoy the digital processing as much as the shooting. It takes me back to my drawing days, and gives me the opportunity to experiment with different styles and treatments to achieve the look I have in mind. I’m very much inspired by traditional art, landscape paintings, and portraiture.
It’s almost a year since I visited Iceland for the second time, so I figured it was about time I put some photos together for a blog post. On our first visit, we had amazing blue skies and unseasonably warm weather. That makes the travel,...
Skuleskogen National Park is situated in Sweden’s “High Coast” region, about halfway the East Coast, beside the Gulf of Bothnia in the Baltic Sea. It’s famed for its granite peaks, rising straight up from the coastline, and fo
(Or How I Learned To Stop Worrying And Love The Nifty Fifty) I started, like most people, thinking that wide angles are the best lenses for landscapes. It’s what we’re taught, and there’s a simple explanation for that; They capture
I first visited Forest How in 2014, and I wrote a blog post about that trip here. That contains an introduction to the place, and some tips for getting the best out of your visit. To briefly summarise; Forest How Guest House is a B&B in Eskdale,.