Trip to the Scottish Highlands

Took a trip to the Scottish Highlands to celebrate my wife’s birthday and climb a mountain with my Dad. A great trip and as usual I found time to take some photographs. We were blessed with good weather and I managed to capture some spectacular skies. I may print some of these add them in with a future exhibition. What do you think?

Scotland Photography

Scottish Deer Photography

Loch Photograph

Stac Pollaidh Photography

Highland Photographer

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Malaysia – Petronas Towers

Petronas Two Towers at night

My short stay in Kuala Lumpur was thoroughly enjoyable and full of surprises. Staying just across the park from what was for a decade the worlds tallest building (and remains the worlds tallest two towered building) gave plenty of opportunities to capture the city’s most famous icon. The Malaysian Airlines jet had only just gone missing at this point and everyone was talking about it.

Petronas Two Towers at dawn

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Gaungxi – March 2014

While in China I have made the time to continue to explore its more remote rural areas and people. Guangxi region in addition to its famous beauty, is a treasure-trove of ancient traditions and culture. There are countless ethnic groups proudly continuing their local customs. Each minority group has their own traditional costume which varies from village to village and many country people continue to wear them daily. At festivals and on special occasions they have more dressy versions with bright colours and detailed metal headdresses.

Rather than being a time machine into an ancient world you can see the modern world has become integrated into traditional Chinese life. It is both sad that the old traditions are being lost and cheering that progress is beginning to reach these distant inland villages and living standards are starting to improve.

This process of change makes me thankful to have the opportunity to see and record both the old and the new colliding in this unique Chinese way.

China Garden

Chinese Village Beauties

Chinese village children



Antique Jewellery Photography

Jewellery photography

I recently did a photo shoot for County Goldsmiths who specialise in antique jewellery. The shoot was split up into different historic period inspirations – 1950s and 1920s.

I shot it with the Hasselblad and the 80mm and 50-110mm lenses. Soft directional lighting with subtle colour gels gave the vintage feel. I’m very pleased with the results and look forward to doing more fashion style projects in the future. I’m already plotting ideas for an atmospheric fashion/car shoot.

Jewellery photographer

Thanks to:

Model: Roo Bishop
Hair and Makeup: Sophie Bebb



Fine Art Photography Exhibitions

Fine art photography - Peacocks

I’ve recently started to exhibit my fine art photography after keeping it to myself for a long time. I was very flattered to be asked to exhibit alongside painters and sculptors. It is very refreshing to be working with artists other than photographers and also comforting for my work to be recognised as art rather than merely pictures. I’m making a point of showing short limited editions (no more than 10) of only my very best work with the best quality of framing. It is interesting to see how differently people react to well selected, beautifully framed artwork. During the exhibition, one gentleman spent a full half hour looking at just one picture. Not something that happens very often on the web.

I’ve since been asked to have my work hung in several art galleries and am working on some new projects for the new year. If you are interested in viewing or displaying my work please get in touch.

I’ve also been working on some commercial short films and recently did a fashion-style shoot for a jewellery company. I should be able to post some of the images soon.