Hare in Hoarfrost
I was born and still live in Cambridgeshire, East Anglia. I became a keen young naturalist with particular interest in butterflies and birds. I remember seeing 'The Living Isles' on the BBC narrated by Julian Pettifer watching golden eagles glide effortlessly over the snow capped hills and mountains of Scotland. Many of my holidays were with my family in our wonderful national parks of Derbyshire, Yorkshire Moors & Dales and The Lake District, which is where my passion for British landscape originates. Furthermore waterfalls have always particularly fascinated me although, all to often I have fallen victim to the British summer 'wet' weather.
A pattern of plants weaving their way in between small coastal boulders in and around the shore of the impressive Dunluce castle.
Autumn has been unusually warm this year (2014) in the United Kingdom. I heard today that its one of the warmest Novembers on record too. This year I had decided to take photographs of autumn locally and also within the Yorkshire Dales national park which is a bit of a break from the norm as I normally head north to Scotland for the amazing autumn colours...
On the 5th September 2016, I was invited to the British Wildlife Photographer Awards in London. Two recent images had been selected as Highly...
I have spent much time updating my website with various new images. If you want to see all the new images please visit ‘new work’ at the...