I am a photographer based in Hampshire, England.
Check out the photography galleries below, visit the blog, or click on the menu icon in the top right to explore and find out about the services that I offer. Feel free to get in contact if there are any services you'd like to discuss. All images are available through Alamy on a licensed basis.
NEW: If you would like to purchase any of the images you see on this site as a print, please get in contact with me. We are now able to produce our own prints from A4 to A2 in size! We will be setting up a proper on-line store in the future but for now I can send you the details over via email (old skool I know!!!)
Thanks for visiting, hope you'll stop by again soon!
I have gathered together my black and white creations for you to enjoy. Quite a diverse collection this one, as we have landscapes, people, streets and all sorts!
Epping Forest is enchantingly ancient, covers a vast area and yet it's hard to believe that it's in the City of London. A visit to Epping will stimulate your imagination and your senses. You will follow in the footsteps of our ancient…
Congratulations to both Matt and Alice (my step-daughter) upon their marriage, 2nd March 2019 and thanks for a fabulous day too!
Our first studio day event of 2019 with more to come later in the year. Please drop me a line for more details if interested.
Studio Shoot: Photos of the Hale Family
Studio Shoot: Photos of the Brodzinska family
Studio Shoot: Photos of the Quinn family
"One's destination is never a place, but a new way of seeing things" - Henry Miller once said. I live for that myself and it is most apt of a photographer.
In between 2003 and 2010 I shot a lot of concerts. I have dug through my archives to share some of the better ones. A lot of these have been published in the National Press including The Times, Guardian, Express and Daily Mail etc etc.
As much as I love exploring the wild side of nature, I absolutely love exploring gardens and capturing their beauty on camera in a variety of ways.
There is nothing better than setting foot in the woodlands around where I live in Hampshire, to hear the crunch of leaves under my feet, the birdsong and to explore. Getting lost is a welcome experience rather than a hindrance. I use a…