A collection of images which look at the world from indirect perspectives, focusing on detail and patterns rather than that broader picture which we see with the naked eye.
Biopark - Bird Life
A selection of images captures at the Biopark near XX
I Will Wait For You
I made this image on a weekend trip to Clacton Upon Sea, and it has remained one of my favourites as I feel it captures a sense of longing, even regret, on the part of the subject.
City in the Clouds
This is a view of Corfe, captured from the hillside to the West of Corfe Castle on a bright spring morning morning.
I found these Goldfinches (Carduelis carduelis) feeding happily whilst walking with my family in the Lake District neat Chapel Stile.
This is a selection of recent images that I have worked on or edited that are not part of a specific collection or project
Images from an early morning visit to Richmond Park in South West London.
Two Weeks in France
Images taken on my last family holiday in the Dordogne
Its a Dogs Life
Dogs are interesting to photograph often compliant but sometimes very contrary. Both these dogs are lovely and great fun to photograph.
These tiny creatures live at the end of my back garden and are very entertaining to watch
Our new kitten Pixel, hard at play in and around our house and garden. She has quite the personality and already runs the family.
This project presents a series of simple portraits of young people, captured over the past few years.
I have always found weaver birds fascinating. These images are of the Southern Masked Weaver and were taken in South Africa
A selection of images that seek to capture the wonders and beauty of the worlds animal and insect populations.
Here I have created images that capture a unique perspective, composition, use of colour or pattern, including the use of techniques such as intentional camera movement (ICM) or long exposure.
A set of long exposure seascapes, captured during an overnight stay at this well known seaside destination on the south east coast of England.
This series was compelled over a two year period during holiday visits Morte Point in North Devon.
My goal has been to create images with a unique perspective, look and feel that transcend simply recording the view before me.
These images seeks to isolate and portray the beauty of flowers and plant life, capturing their detail and often striking colours simply and with minimal distraction.
The sea has always fascinated me with its complex character, switching between raw power and energy and the peaceful calm of a summers evening. As I watch its motion, I often have a sense of 'being alone' and the images I have made seek to capture the sea from that viewpoint.
Castle in the Mist
This image of Corfe Castle taken on a trip down to the Jurassic Cost in April 2015.
Explore a world without colour, expressed by differing tones, varying contrast and multi-various textures.