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Common Terns at Hampstead Heath

Common Terns at Hampstead Heath

In the summer of 2014 I spent many hours photographing the wildlife at the Men’s pond in Hampstead Heath. These common¬†terns are very active feeding their young who make a real racket screeching whilst waiting to be fed. It’s ...

Weekend in North Norfolk

Weekend in North Norfolk

We had beautiful weather last week on the North Norfolk coast. Chilly, and seriously windy but wonderful low light over the sand dunes at Holkham Bay. Winter is a great time to visit, on a sunny day you can have the place for yourself and the beach ...

Hampstead Heath

Hampstead Heath

Hampstead Heath is one of the most visited green spaces in London drawing millions of people every year. It provides a home for a wide variety of plants and animals and offers fantastic views of central London. ‘The Heath’ as it is ...

Winter 2012 Projects

Winter 2012 Projects

This winter I’m stepping up my latest photography project which looks at nature in London and explores the importance of green spaces in an urban setting and the habitats they provide for wildlife, plants and recreation for people After ...

Early Morning Down The Road From the Studio

Early Morning Down The Road From the Studio

I was hoping to find a family of Canada Geese at the reservoir near my Studio early this morning. They’ve been there every time over the past few days when I’ve cycled past. With gorgeous early morning light and my camera at the ready ...

Pacific Rim Whale Festival 2012 exhibition preparation

Pacific Rim Whale Festival 2012 exhibition preparation

Just sent these prints to the ‘Creative Director’ Jason Niles in Canada. Together we’ll be exhibiting fine art prints for the duration of this year’s Festival at Humanity –¬† a new community organisation and events ...

This Morning at Richmond Park

This Morning at Richmond Park

Experimenting with some remote shooting with my friend and fellow wildlife photographer Tony this morning in Richmond Park, London. This swan wasn’t interested in our bread but instead just came over and bossed the Canada geese out the way. We ...