About


Like many, my interest in photography was sparked as a child by my parents; both of whom were keen amateur photographers. I had a choice between being bored as they took forever to get from A to B taking pictures of anything and everything or join them. My parents were wise to this and ensured that I was equipped with a camera early on.

There was then a prolonged gap when I left home, where I took hardly any photographs at all. Then came the digital age and my interest was rekindled.

So here I am now, since getting a D-SLR my camera and I have been pretty much inseparable. I have been on a voyage of discovery: relearning techniques long forgotten and others never before experienced.

In November 2008 I was awarded the Licentiateship distinction from The Royal Photographic Society, another step on my photographic journey.


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Over the years I have built up an extensive portfolio of images, many of which are available for licencing for commercial and editorial use through Alamy. Subjects covered include: a vast variety of botanically named plants; gardens and gardening; food and Gloucestershire / Cotswold scenery throughout the seasons.

Fine art prints can be purchased directly though this website, or wider selections from my portfolio are available through Fine Art America and Redbubble; both of which also offer high quality prints and other printed products delivered internationally.

I am available for commissions for gardens, product and interior photography. Much of my interior photography is used by my clients to advertise their holiday properties on a variety of websites, for which I offer an additional service writing advertisement texts to accompany the images.

I also work directly with Airbnb, Inc. as a freelance photographer covering the local region producing images for their holiday rentals website.

For additional information about any aspects of my photographic work, please do not hesitate to contact me.