I’m a Bird Photographer of the Year Winner, and I can’t quite believe it.
Three new prints available – and a limited time Special Offer until the 30th April 2019
April-May 2019 – Delighted to have work exhibited at ‘Connected 2019’ at Patchings Art Centre, Nottingham
It has been an absolutely astonishing fortnight for me, as I travelled to Blackpool beach in two separate weeks to see one of nature’s most amazing spectacles: starling murmurations.
Finding it was a surprise. I could see someone hovering over it in the distance.
Every so often I pass a derelict quarry by the side of the railway line I travel on. Lush, fenced off,
I’m reading this at the moment – ‘Winter Count’ by Barry Lopez. Short stories written with a purity and sparseness of language. And something stunning happens. Every time. – Picture driving by a prairie farm, seeing a man brushing a bare field with a broom. Years later you pass again, and he’s still there, sweeping.…
‘When we try to pick out anything by itself, we find it hitched to everything else in the Universe.’ ~ John Muir
What photographers perceive as ‘The North’ seems to be land devoid of all people, if the images at this show are anything to go by…
Grisedale I’ve wanted to explore Grisedale for a long time. A three mile long cul-de-sac dale, which sits over the other side of Low Moor ridge at Garsdale Head, beneath Baugh Fell. Garsdale, Sedbergh, Ravenstonedale, and Mallerstang are its closest neighbouring dales. My first attempt to explore had been thwarted by water