International Photo Awards recognition

Great to have been recognised at this year’s International Photography Awards, with my picture of the “Meeting on the bridge” outside Mandalay, Myanmar getting an Honorable Mention. 2017 International Photo Awards. Myanmar is a fascinating country ( facing a number of challenges at the moment ) with a huge number of historic sights and well worth […]

Gallery Different exhibition plans

Final preparations underway with the team at Bayeux to finalise, print and mount my images for exhibition at Gallery Different. Great fun in choosing the final selection of images from the last few year travels … should look good, the space has such potential. Some wonderful large aluminium frameless images to add to the drama […]

Awesome Chamonix summer fun and hiking

Sunshine, blue skies, good friends and mountain scenery to enjoy. Flocks of parapenters floating around the valley above Chamonix as everyone escapes to the hills for hikes, bikes …or just to train for the UTMB ultra-race around Mont Blanc. Glorious walking weather around Bellevue and the Col de Voza with the Mont Blanc Tramway passing […]

Photography exhibition, London, 7-12 November 2016

2016 Exhibition

My next opportunity to display a range of recent images and some old favourites in a new (and rather fabulous) gallery space just off Tottenham Court Road and Charlotte Street. Gallery Different is known for for promoting and encouraging some great artists and this is a great opportunity to be part of this large, open […]

Royal Academy Summer Exhibition “City of Dreams”

Very pleased to have been selected to feature at the 2015 Royal Academy of Arts Summer Exhibition. A classic art exhibition in the heart of London in it’s 238th year and only recently allowing photography. I have to admit that whilst I have found many great ideas and inspirations from the RA over the years, […]

Exhibition images now available online

Images from my latest exhibition are now available online here, you can buy either standard prints or order a signed one of 20 special edition print that I will process specifically for you as used in my private show. I can also arrange custom sizes and the very popular aluminium mounting that was used for […]

Moody dunes

After a dinner at The Grocers livery company – a fun image of their emblem, the camel, out in the dunes

Spring blossoms and sunshine return to England

The bees are out in force in London parks collecting the early nectar from the Spring blooms and blossom

Autumn flames

As the season of mists and mellow fruitfulness comes upon us, the first flames of colour are wonderful to see in the English countryside

Farewell Olympics – welcome Paralympics

Tower Bridge – soon to change from the 5 Olympic to the 3 ParaOlympic rings. A great summer landmark for London

Spring is here

Wildlife and Travel photography

If you have not been to see the Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition at the National History Museum, it is well worth a visit. Slightly amusing to see that a previous winner had his award removed for an image of a rare wolf – only to have it uncovered as being a tame animal […]


Many thanks to the 300+ people who came to my exhibition. Some great feedback and very interesting leads for more work in future. From hotels to private houses and a few interior designers there are great ideas to test out and plenty more ideas for the next exhibition; watch this space.

Exhibition update

Nearly at the end of a great fun week on show in London and some great feedback on both my photos and grandfathers images. I think we have had about 300 people through so far. Universal agreement that his drawings are “of the moment” and “very Mad Men” in style. I am sure we shall […]

Up and running

The Gallery was finally set-up and running late on Sunday afternoon – great to see the full spread of images that I have had filling my living room finally all on show together. Of course a well deserved bite to eat at Boudin Blanc afterwards to relax the soul ; damn fine food and a […]

Exhibition update

Well – it’s interesting to try and mix up a range of romantic era paintings with some modern photos. What I think it has to be is a blend of images from equivalent romantic settings from around the globe with others from a more gritty side of reality. I would like to show how in […]

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