I’d like to say that whenever I get the chance I’m out with my camera, but this would not be entirely true. Having said that since starting to take photography seriously with rolls of film when I was studying A level photography in 2001 I have taken quite a few photographs. Looking back at most of that work makes me cringe, but I assume this is pretty normal.
I’ve been lucky enough to see quite a lot of the world, from living abroad for 3 years, to now spending as much time travelling U.K, Europe and further afield as much as we can. I spend a lot of time hiking and camping around the U.K. with my wife and springer spaniel Pip. We also like to still travel the world as much as possible, and I always try and capture the wildlife and landscapes.
For the photography enthusiasts I carry a Canon 5d Mark IV, a Canon 100-400mm Mark II USM, a 17 mm tilt shift, and a 16-35mm Mark II USM.
British Columbia, Canada 2018
Farne Isle’s, U.K 2018
South Africa, Cape Town & Kruger 2017
Miscellaneous from Australia, New Zealand, Asia and the U.K