I have had an interest in photography since I picked up my Grandad's camera (which I still own). I still remember going with him to buy it, a second hand Mamiya Sekor SLR. My interest was rekindled when I started to travel with work in the 1990s. Not having a darkroom I was always fustrated with what I could produce until I bought a slide scanner in 2000.
My photography is about our place in the world and our relationship with it. My passion is for the unspoilt places in our world, the landcape and wildlife that can be found there. In 2009 I was amazed to be Highly Commended in the Veolia Environnement Wildlife Photographer of the Year in 2009 with my image 'Footprints' - see News. It was a real honour to have one of my images in such a magnificent collection. I hope you enjoy my images.