Landscape & Outdoor Photography

My Story...

I grew up on Canvey which is a small Island at the mouth of the River Thames in Essex. Living here meant that I was always close to the coast and countryside. For many years I have been fascinated with the natural wonders of our planet. As a child and into my early twenties, family holidays to Cornwall, Dartmoor, Wales, Europe, Canada and the USA are all fond memories for me. Since I can remember I have always travelled and always taken photographs. For a number of years I used compact film & digital cameras for holiday snaps. In 2011 I decided to treat myself to a DSLR with an upgraded lens. The holidays continued and the destinations became more and more varied. My interest in landscape photography soon evolved through opportunistic snapshots to more refined and carefully planned images. My photographic journey has since taken me to Africa, Iceland, Switzerland, Scotland and the United Kingdom. I have a huge passion for Mountains & Winter landscapes and hope to visit the likes of Svalbard, Norway and many other Scandinavian countries in the future.

Society of Scottish Landscape Photographers

I am currently a member of the Society of Scottish Landscape Photographers. This is a group of very talented photographers dedicated to photographing the Scottish Landscape.

GO Campers Iceland

A couple of years ago I had the pleasure of taking some photographs for the guys at GO Campers. These images have been used to promote there new fleet of 4x4 Campers and for marketing purposes on social media. If you are looking for a great way to explore Iceland, look no further. At GO Campers there is a camper to suit everyone. The guys at GO Campers are extremely helpful and the vehicles provided are excellent.

Volunteering for the National Trust

With an urge to share my photography with others, I decided to volunteer with the National Trust as a photographer. I contibuted imagery of areas that were special to me when I was growing up. Sites include Danbury Common, Blakes Wood and Northey Island.