Ian is a landscape and outdoor photographer based in London. Living in a city has driven him to explore and embrace the nature in all its glory. A few years ago he watched a documentary called ‘Chasing Ice’. A film about nature photographer James Balog and his Extreme Ice Survey highlighted the effects of climate change and hugely influenced the development of Ian’s photography. Whilst he has a love for mountains and winter landscapes he also endeavours to hone his skills in other areas such as Woodland & Wildlife Photography.
A proud member of the Society of Scottish Landscape Photographers, he was shortlisted for the 2017, 2018 & commended for 2019 in the ‘Scottish Landscape Photographer of The Year’ competition which he recognises as a huge achievement and strengthens his drive for creativity. Ian has been commissioned to carry out commercial photography for GO Campers in Iceland as well as a number of private clients. His work has been published in Amateur Photographer and Outdoor Photography magazines.
Ian also prints and mounts his own work and is currently working on the skills required to produce his own picture frames. There are many processes in photography and he believes a photograph is not complete until it has been printed, framed and hung on a wall for all to enjoy.
For more of Ian’s work please follow him on Facebook & Instagram.
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. Click on the icon to visit the SOSLP website.
Back in 2015 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.
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.