My aim is to produce images that you will want on your walls, whether it is a family portrait, a landscape or a fine art photograph.
I create fresh, vibrant images that capture the essence of my subjects, from portraits and boudoir photography to landscapes, and architecture. As a result of military service, I am wheelchair bound, but that doesn't stop me from achieving the best possible quality.
I work with my portrait subjects to achieve the best possible results for images they would be happy with. My studio is warm and cosy, and fitted out for my ease of use. My landscapes come from my numerous travels, mainly in Europe.
Feel free to look through my portfolio for a sample of my work. If you have any questions, please contact me.
I have been a photographer for over 30 years, and I am a Fellow of the Royal Photographic Society (FRPS, their highest distinction). I and was awarded the RPS Hood medal in 2005 for my work. I have won numerous photographic salons at home and abroad, and have had the honour of displaying exhibitions of my work internationally as well. I am President of the Disabled Photographers' Society, and hold Fellowship of that organisation. I have lectured on photography, and judged photographic competitions for over 25 years. I am supported by Fotospeed, and all of my work is exclusively produced with their products.