I’m an English landscape photographer living on the Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire border. Most of my work is based in and around the Chiltern Hills, which is an area of outstanding natural beauty that stretches across several counties.

Ashridge Chiltern Woodland Autumn Landscape Photography

I enjoy photography as it takes me to places that I would probably not normally visit. It allows me to see the hidden beauty in things other people would pay little attention to. I try and go out with my camera every day, even if it is only for about half an hour. For me, mornings are my chosen time of day. I like the peace and sense of being alone. Working before the sun is up or very low in the sky, I find the quality of the light is different from other times of the day. Working early in the morning also can offer other magical elements like frost, mist, and fog.

I use mirrorless digital and medium format film cameras to capture my images. I prefer to get it right in the camera with the aid of filters and careful composition, rather than spending hours in front of a computer editing and manipulating my images.

A few of my Achievements

Article in Amateur Photographer magazine.
On Landscape featured photographer (Issue 165).
Landscape Photographer of the Year Awards
One image was commended in the Classic View category.
Outdoor Photographer Magazine viewpoint section (Issue OP211).
Landscape Editions Volume Six Published by Kuzo Books.
Landscape Photographer of the Year Awards
Three images were commended and the winner of the Adobe prize.
First solo exhibition.
Use of one of my images on the Flickr front page/blog.
First photography exhibition.
My first image on a magazine cover.