I took up photography towards the end of 2012 and haven’t looked back since. I purchased my first DSLR and undertook an online diploma to learn the basics. Since then I have spent as much time practising, exploring and taking shots. Time is however precious and I find juggling work, family and outings with the camera sometimes tricky, so when I don’t have time to escape up a hill somewhere you will often find me with my nose buried in a photo book or magazine.
I’d like to think my style is honest, giving a ‘real’ impression of the landscapes I visit. It has sometimes been said that I have a painterly style, but that sounds ok to me, so I’m not going to argue.
I have been lucky enough to be successful in several of the national landscape photography competitions, including a category win in the 2014 Landscape Photographer of the Year. I am also now regularly published in many photography and outdoor pursuit magazines.
Mostly landscape photography in either the Peak or Lake District national parks, although I do have an interest in ‘Street’ Photography, which I try to do between meetings at work.
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