I have been a photographer and journalist for more than 40 years, and during that time, my work has appeared in many magazines and websites covering a wide range of subjects. Today these include waterways, wildlife, and several related subject areas.
In addition, I also blog for a number of commercial clients as well as an occasional work blog published on this site. I've also added page outlining my vision for my future work and an insight into my views on our climate emergency. Visit 2020. You can also use the link in the menu above.
I am a regular contributor to TowPath Talk in addition to supplying commissioned work to a wide range of publishing and commercial clients, recently these have included Bird Watching Magazine, Waterways World, Metro.co.uk, The Daily Mail, SWNS, the Canal and River Trust and the British Trust for Ornithology. My work has also been used by the BBC within its Countryfile program, The Ramblers Association, Vine House Farm, Drifters Waterways and many others.
The content of this website is copyright; however, the images are available for publication or as prints, subject to payment of the required fee. Full details are available by clicking on the 'buy' option with each image.
I exclusively use Nikon camera and lens equipment, something I have done throughout my photography career. Bags, tripods, and monopods are from Manfrotto and Apple computers, running Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop, are used for image processing.