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Group Workshops

Bookings are now being taken for my programme of workshops.

All of my workshops cater for photographers with a wide variety of interests, needs, knowledge and experience. For more information click on the titles below:-

With Steve Gosling and Kevin Raber

I am co-leading this 8 day/7 night workshop with Kevin Raber and we will be there to offer guidance & support based on our many years of experience photographing across the world. We look forward to sharing our knowledge, insights and passion for photography as we tour these wonderful islands.

The trip will offer an amazing opportunity to explore the landscapes of the magnificent Faroe Islands. Situated in the North Atlantic about halfway between Norway and Iceland the Faroes are comprised of 18 rocky, volcanic islands connected by road tunnels, ferries, causeways and bridges.It's a dramatic and windswept landscape with mountains, valleys, grassy heathland and steep coastal cliffs that are home to thousands of seabirds. The small villages dotted around the islands also make great places to find interesting and unique images. I have been there three times since 2014 and have always returned home with a collection of images that please me.

For more information and to book a place please visit the Rockhopper Workshops page.

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21st to the 28th April 2021

With Steve Gosling and Kevin Raber

An amazing adventure exploring the seldom visited eastern parts of the archipelago where you will see spectacular wildlife, including polar bears, walruses & many birds as well as great landscapes.

Join Kevin and I for this 11 day trip aboard the M/S Quest for an amazing trip of a lifetime to one of the most photographic regions of the world. Detailed information, photographs and a video can be found on the Rockhopper Workshops page.

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18th to the 28th July 2021

With Steve Gosling and Kevin Raber

Having visited South Georgia and Antarctica back in 2016 I am really excited about going back there again next year. My previous visit had a deep impact on me - a month after my return I wrote the following in my journal, "I can't get Antarctica and South Georgia out of my head. I'm constantly thinking about the places we visited, the people I travelled with, the sights I saw and the sound of silence. The stillness and the quiet will remain with me forever - only the sound of the wind and the Penguins & Seals broke that silence; a haunting, beautiful silence. I miss that so much. It's a place that has touched my heart." It was undoubtedly a trip of a lifetime and was the earthly equivelent of photographic heaven.

Join us next year on the small polar expedition ship, Ocean Nova to witness incredible landscapes and amazing wildlife. More information about the trip (including a video from our 2016 visit) can be found on the Rockhopper Workshops page.

You can also see some of my images from the 2016 trip in the 'A Beautiful Silence' galleries on my Portfolio pages (Monochrome and Colour).

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9th to the 29th November 2021

 

With Steve Gosling and Mark Banks

Venice is my favourite city in the world - romantic, magical and incredibly picturesque. I have visited many times but never fail to marvel at the beauty and atmosphere of the place. I particularly like to visit in winter - there are fewer people around, the light & weather conditions are more visually interesting and the days are shorter meaning that we can spend more time photographing the city in the hours of darkness; for it is then that the mood & mystery of the city seems to emanate from every dimly lit alleyway, half concealed doorway, mist filled piazza or the dark canals that weave their way across the city.

We are currently finalising the details for this all inclusive trip but if you would like to register your interest and be one of the first to get more infomation as well as the opportunity to pre-book your place before the workshop is more widely advertised then please This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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5th to the 12th December 2021