I have over 28 years of experience of being a professional photographer specialising in fine art photography for museums, art galleries, private estates and collectors, local authorities and stately homes.

24 years of those 28, I was a Photographer for National Museums Liverpool, where I got the chance to photography some truly amazing things, from 4000 year old Egyptian mummies, Rembrandt, Hockney, Lowery paintings, Viking silver to the iron manacles that african slaves were forced to wear, in fact, you name it, and I've probably photographed it!

This site showcases my limited and unlimited photographic art prints.

My work is about trying to capture light, texture, colour, the shade, the feelings, and sensations of the landscapes, seascapes, and the architecture that surrounds us.

'If you ask me what I came to do in this world, I, an artist, will answer you: I am here to live out loud' Emile Zola (1840-1902)

I work in a very quiet and solitary way, it is just me, a camera (and a dog, more often than not) but the images I create is the way I try to 'live out loud'...but quietly.

The Tree of Rememberence
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