February 2020

Road trip around the New Zealand's South Island


Spent a month driving around the South Island of New Zealand. The second time we've been here and very much a favourite destination - stunning scenery, empty roads, great walks and, somewhat surprisingly, pretty well perfect weather during the entire trip. 

March 2019

Royal Photographic Society - Associate Distinction (Travel category)


Statement of Intent: 'Having worked in The Square Mile (London's financial district) for many years, I wanted to try and convey, in this panel of images, what I felt, and still feel, to be the essence and character of 'The City'. In doing this, I'm looking to show the range of people who work here, both as office workers and the people who work to support them and the environment in which they spend their working day'.


To see the individual images that made up this panel - click here.




March 2019

Royal Photographic Society Travel Competition - Bronze Medal


Robust negotiations - at the Nizwa Cattle Market, Oman. This takes place every Friday morning – the market starting at 7.00am and finishing a couple of hours later, in time for sala al Jum’ah, the congregational Friday prayers.

The animals are walked around the circular stand at the centre of the market and auctioned off to the highest bidder, a lively scene featuring hundreds of locals, a scattering of tourists and, to quote the Rough Guide, “an overwhelming smell of animal poo”.


January 2019

National Geographic Traveller Photography CompetitionWinner of the Portrait category.


”Dirty Work, Dyeing Wool” was taken in the depths of the Marrakesh souk - the wool dyeing area. We got talking to one of the owners of a fabric boutique and, after a while, he took us round the corner to show us this almost apocalyptic scene of a worker dyeing the wool - it was dirty, hot and a pungent smell pervaded the air.

The dyer continued for a while, oblivious to our presence, but then turned round - and I took this photograph. We ended up buying a couple of beautiful scarves, the very least we could do to recognise the work that went in to making them.


November 2018

Landscape Photographer of the Year, 2018. Commended in the Classic category


This image of Godrevy Lighthouse, near St Ives, in Cornwall was taken on one of my regular visits down to St Ives. There are so many different views of the lighthouse and the weather is always changeable and so it is a delight to photograph.

Particularly pleased to receive the Commended commendation - given the 20,000+ entries into the competition. The photograph was included within the Landscape Photographer of the Year Book 12 and exhibited at a number of major stations around the UK during 2018 and 2019.



March 2018

Siena International Photo Awards, 2018 - Finalist, Colour category


Taken at the 2017  Bristol Balloon Festival - two brightly coloured balloons passing overhead.

To reach the Finals stages was particularly pleasing, given that over 48,000 entries were received from 130 countries worldwide.


September 2017

National Trust  - Shortlisted for their 2018 Membership card image


This image of Bodiam Castle in East Sussex, as reflected in the surrounding moat, reached the short-listing stage of the National Trust's annual competition to find a photograph for its 2018 membership card.


November 2014

Agora Gallery, New York - Participated in their 'Illumination' exhibition


I was invited to take part in the Agora Gallery's bi-annual exhibition in New York - and had three of my black & white street photography images selected for display. I went over for the pening night / reception - and interesting experience.


July 2014

Take a View / Landscape Photographer of the Year 2014  - Short-listed


This image, entitled 'The City - Old & New' reached the short-listing stage of the 2014 Landscape Photographer of the Year.


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