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February 14, 2017

Kamchatka: Land of Fire and Ice, Part 2 – Volcanoes

So, on to the other major feature of Kamchatka – volcanoes. As mentioned previously, Kamchatka is part of the Pacific ring of fire and has one
January 25, 2017

How to improve your photography – shapes within images

Good photography always starts with a vision of reality, something that arouses interest within the photographer. This then forms the basis of what we call pre-visualisation,
January 9, 2017

Kamchatka: Land of Fire and Ice

Described as the ‘lost world’ or the ‘land of fire and ice’, volcanically active Kamchatka is one of Russia’s most pristine wilderness havens. We decided to
December 30, 2016

What to do on a dreich afternoon on Jura

Scotland is well known for its unpredictable weather. They have a very specific term for when it is particularly foul and wet – Dreich! Well, it
December 19, 2016

Light: The photographers raw material

The simplistic definition of photography is painting with light and here I want to explore this a little further to help you with some understanding and
November 1, 2016

Event photography for quirky artist’s exhibition in Esher, Surrey

I took a call recently from a regular client of mine who happens to be a very talented artist. She asked if I could cover event
October 17, 2016

Commercial Interiors – a speciality of mine.

A lot of people I meet ask me what I do. I usually answer that I am a photographer, which then results in a conversation about
October 12, 2016

Fantasia Dance Show Event for Leanne Edwards School of Theatre Arts

So all those years of paying for the expensive dance lessons for my daughter Leanne has definitely paid off as she is currently celebrating her tenth
September 27, 2016

Helen and Davids romantic summer wedding at the beautiful Painshill Park, Surrey.

It had dawned as a beautiful english summers day as we left home to cover Helen and David’s wedding at one of the most stunning venues