A Bit About Me
I have been a naturalist for as long as I can remember and started imaging wildlife in 2004. Initially I shot with a Canon 10d and after various Canon models made an ill fated switch to Nikon in 2013. Its true to say I don't think I ever really got to grips with the brand and after a break from photography of almost two years I have made the switch back to Canon. My break enabled me to pursue sporting ambitions, I am also a fairly accomplished triathlete. If nothing else I am now a much fitter photographer and the triathlons are something I intend to continue with.
No doubt I will blog my trials and tribulations of photography and triathlon on this Website.
I currently market a number of my images through stock photography libraries, with Alamy, Photographers Direct and the Getty Images currently representing me.
Fine art prints are also available on this site, although if different sizes are required then please let me know as most requests can be accommodated. My work has also been published in a number of books and magazines and I also have close links with Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust and provide images for their use.
I have had good results in a number of national and local competitions being a finalist in Eden Channels National Photography Competition and Highly Commended in the International Garden Photographer 2011. I will also be entering more national and international competitions when time allows.
Although I do like to champion my local area when producing my images I also enjoy escaping to more remote locations particularly the highlands of Scotland.
I live with my wife Mel and Daughter Leia in the Trent valley of Nottinghamshire, true Robin hood Country.
Thanks for taking the time to look at my website and image galleries, please feel free to let me know what you think.
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