• Little Owl Portrait

    2016 in Review

    5:24 pm. Posted in Blog.

    First of all let me apologise for being so late with this review. Keeping up with the blog is definitely not one my strongest points, something I hope to improve on in 2017! 2016 has been a great year for my photography with a massive expansion in my portfolio, lots of new clients and success […]

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    Sleeklens Preset Collection Review

    4:52 pm. Posted in Blog, Reviews.

    I was recently approached by Sleeklens – a Danish company that specialises in creating digital post-production presets for Adobe Photoshop and Lightroom and asked whether I would do an impartial review of one of their collections. The presets they offer are designed to help speed up post processing workflow, using Photoshop actions to make all […]

  • Ribblehead Viaduct LPOTY - Network Rail Award Winner

    Landscape Photographer of the Year 2016

    2:18 pm. Posted in Blog.

    As I haven’t posted a blog entry for a while now I thought I would write a short post about my recent competition success in Landscape Photographer of the Year . Alongside my highly commended image of Wyming Brook in this years British Wildlife Photography Awards, I am absolutely thrilled to have won an award […]

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    Bempton Cliffs RSPB

    7:24 pm. Posted in Blog.

    Earlier last week I visited Bempton Cliffs in the East Riding of Yorkshire for the second time this year. My first trip was a seriously optimistic visit in early March and as most of the seabird colony hadn’t yet arrived, it wasn’t particularly productive. Bempton Cliffs are owned and maintained by the RSPB and play […]

  • 2015 In Review

    8:28 pm. Posted in Blog.

    2015 has been a great year for me photographically, I’ve ticked lots of species off my target list and experienced some truly amazing conditions for landscape photography. This year I’ve specifically focused on expanding my landscape and wildlife portfolio, spending every free day exploring the beauty of the Peak District National Park. In 2015 I […]

  • The Season of Mists and Mellow Fruitfulness

    6:54 pm. Posted in Blog.

    With winter now well upon us (although it doesn’t feel like with all this unseasonably warm weather!) I thought I’d share some of my favourite images from this Autumn in the Peak District with you. Autumn this year was been great for photography and although the colours have arrived much later than previous years, I’ve […]

  • 2015 Red Deer Rut

    5:23 pm. Posted in Blog.

    The Autumn red deer rut has always been one of my favourite events of the year and a major event in every wildlife photographers calendar. It’s is the best time of year to watch our British deer as they participate in the rut, with the stags engaging in fierce and often fatal battles to exert […]

  • Autumn Has Arrived in the Peak District

    4:43 pm. Posted in Blog.

    Autumn is by far my favourite season, misty mornings, explosions of colour on the trees and a hive of activity from wildlife as they prepare for the long cold winter ahead. I went out last week to capture one of the first autumn mornings of the year. After a 4.30 AM alarm I dragged myself […]

  • The Urban Fox

    5:27 pm. Posted in Blog.

    Whilst I was down in London for the BWPA awards I decided to run a mini project on the urban wildlife around the city, my main focus for the week being the urban fox. The area around my sister’s flat in Camberwell has a large population of foxes and with a wide view over the […]

  • JS Puzzles

    1:21 pm. Posted in Blog.

    I recently had one of my images of the Ribblehead Viaduct purchased by online puzzle website JSPuzzles, who offer free to play jigsaw puzzles. The number of pieces per puzzle can be changed from 9 to 225 making it as easy or hard as you like. It’s good fun and definitely worth a go, I’ve […]