News & Events

Olympus UK have produced a video about my approach to landscape photography - it can be found here. I hope you enjoy it.

At the end of 2015 I had four images nominated in the 2015 International B&W Spider Awards. I am proud and honoured to have my photographs selected from the many thousand entries the organisers received from across the world. Last year I had three images nominated so at least I'm moving in the right direction - fingers crossed that I might win an award next year!

I am hoping to have an exhibition of my landscape images in London later in 2016. It'll be a mixture of colour and B&W landscape photographs taken in the UK, Europe and the USA with my Olympus OMD cameras and lenses. Further details will be announced when they become available.

My blog page is now up and running and I hope that visitors to the page are enjoying my posts. My plan is that the blog will be a mixture of random thoughts on photography and the photographic process as well as the occasional equipment review. Please sign up via the RSS feed and do let me know if you are enjoying the content.


Amateur Photographer magazine have just published (issue dated 13th February 2016) an article I wrote on the value of working on projects.

In October 2015 Amateur Photographer published an article I wrote on why I switched from a DSLR to a mirrorless camera system for my photography. That article has now been published online here.

Luminous Landscape have published an article of mine on 'Developing a Personal Style' that can be found here. There are also links on that page to other articles I've written for LuLa on 'The Nature of Creativity' and 'Photographing from the Heart'.

The Manfrotto School of Excellence has published my guidance on planning and preparing for an exhibition.

My review of the new Gitzo Traveller tripod can be found here (Part One and Part Two)

Interviews/Web Features

Mirrorlessons (a great website for the mirrorless camera user) asked 15 professional photographers (me included) to identify their favourite accessories for their mirrorless kit. See here if you'd like to read more.

While you are on the Mirrorlessons website you might want to take a look at an interview they did with me where I talk about using the Olympus OMD cameras for landscape photography - see here.

Michael Rammell has included me as one of his three 'top inspirational photographers' (and also included my friend and fellow workshop leader Neil Buchan Grant). If you're interested to see why then his article can be found here on his blog.

A video showing how I use the Lee Filters Seven5 system on my Olympus OMDs for landscapes can be seen here.

Phase One have also produced two videos featuring me and my work - the first shows me out in the field and the second how I use Capture One to process my images.


I am currently booked to give a talk & presentation of my photographs at: -

Bury Photographic Society - 1st September 2016

York Photographic Society - 14th September 2016