It’s a new year and we’re back in lockdown! Once again travel photography is out of bounds, so I cheered myself up by going back over the photos from a trip we made to Nevada and Utah back in 2012. I picked out just a few of my favourite shots from Bryce Canyon, and gave them the black and white treatment…Continue reading Bryce Canyon in monochrome
This year has seen the world turned upside down by a global pandemic, making travel photography tough, perhaps even unethical. And with Rachael’s 89-year old mum to take care of, too, we decided that all photography trips were off the agenda this summer.Continue reading Surviving lockdown as a photographer
After years submitting photos to agents, I’ve finally launched my own stock photo site. This is a project I’ve had on the back burner for a long time, but I finally did it! My photos are now available to buy directly. Use the search bar or visit my online store to browse by category.
I’ll soon be adding my entire catalogue of Royalty Free photos to the shop, so please consider bookmarking my site (Ctrl+D) to come back and see my latest work.
I was lucky to get these photos of Britain’s smallest bird, the goldcrest, feeding its young fledglings. (Ethical note: please do not approach young birds or their nests, or the adults may abandon their young.)Continue reading Photos of Britain’s smallest bird, the goldcrest, with its young offspring
With the nostalgia dial set to max, I shot a series of candid portraits over two days at Blists Hill Victorian Town, a living museum in the heart of England at the birthplace of the industrial revolution.Continue reading Portraits of Victorian England
Nature’s art director, Kelly Krause, explains why they chose one of my photos to lead a story on the emerging threat of honeybee diseases to wild pollinators.Continue reading On the cover of Nature magazine