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Colours of Autumn

Images of Wollaton Park, Nottingham, UK. Wollaton Hall may be familiar to those who have watched the Christian Bale ‘Batman’ film trilogy as it was transformed into  ‘Wayne Manor’.  

Expecting the Unexpected

An area of image making that has always fascinated me is how to capture ‘movement’. Part of this ongoing experimentation has been to work with frequent visitors to the garden […]

Light & Dark

Continuing my return to monochrome photography, I revisited a number of slide/transparency scans. All the images in this post were originally created with a medium format camera (6 x 4.5 […]

Back to the Darkroom

After nearly 2 decades I finally returned to the darkroom. I have been keen to set myself photographic challenges in recent years. Many of the previous ideas centred around digital […]

Vertical Noire

Monochrome images of rock climbing. All images were originally created on Fuji Velvia or Provia film scanned to digital format on an Epson v850 scanner and processed to monochrome with […]

Photographing the Ephemeral

A family swimming pool, built in 1920’s Havering-atte-Bower, on the East London/Essex hinterland. It stands no more. The property bought and renovated did not have the modern attitude to renovating […]

Combining Passions: Climbing & Photography

How do you combine 2 passions on a single trip overseas when weight needs to be managed carefully? My interests in photography and climbing require careful planning. Both activities involve […]

2019 – Goals Aspirations

The start of a new year brings thoughts of what is possible. For me, it is looking to engage more in two of my lifelong passions – climbing and photography. […]

‘Through Our Eyes’

I am making this book available as a PDF download for all who are interested: ThroughOurEyes_2018_edit_redux It is a large file (17 Mb) so make sure you’re on a good […]

2016 – Personal Favourites

The images in this post are personal favourites from 2016. Some I like for the quality. Others because of the memories they evoke from the time I pressed the shutter […]