I reside in the small village of Treeton in South Yorkshire with my wife and two young daughters, juggling my passion for photography with the realities of bringing up a young family and holding down a full-time job.
I have always had an interest in photography from an early age, but it wasn’t until I left school and started work that this passion really flourished. My love for the great outdoors began when I bought my first car and started visiting all the places that I’d seen in photography books and magazines over the years.
Studying the work of respected landscape photographers, such as Charlie Waite, Joe Cornish, Colin Prior and David Noton as also been instrumental in helping to develop my own vision and style.
The British Isles as such a diversity of landscape from flower filled meadows to wind swept moors, from high craggy mountain tops to wave eroded shoreline and I revel in them all. The images that I produce are intended to be a visual celebration of the landscape and hopefully conveying in part, its essence.
It's the ever changing light on the landscape and the drive to capture that essence that keeps me coming back, time and again to a location, in an attempt to capture that perfect moment when all the elements come together to create an image that hopefully will create an emotional response from the viewer in thinking 'I'd like to go there and see that!
I hope you enjoy viewing the images, as much as I have enjoyed taking them and if after looking at my work you have been thinking 'I'd like to go there and see that, then I look forward to meeting you out in the landscape.
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