April 24th '17 - SAAL Digital Product Review - Acrylic Glass Panel'.
Having spent the past couple of years searching for a print house that I could be confident in suppling exceptional quality acrylic glass panels, I am extremely pleased to announce that I finally have. After trialing a number of print suppliers without success, I have been extremely impressed with the acrylic product supplied by Saal Digital and will be adding them to my product range in the next week. Please read the full review of their product here:
October 24th - Photos published in 'The Photographers Guide to the Yorkshire Dales'.
Really pleased to announce that I have had my first pictures published! Three of my pictures (Singleton Falls, Bolton Abbey & Almscliffe Crag) have been published in 'The Photographers Guide to the Yorkshire Dales' from Long Valley Books. Really cool book that is perfect for both photographers and non-photographers visiting this stunning part of the England.
October 18th - Teaming up with Quality Hampers.
Extremely excited that a selection of my seascape photography is now available at Quality Hampers in the Royal Arcade, Boscombe. I'm really pleased at this chance of teaming up with Rebecca and Quality Hampers following the recent opening of their Boscombe shop.
Please check out the their website (link below) or visit the shop for a superb selection of hampers, accessories, foods/drinks and some fantastic smelling cheeses - a great place to start the Christmas shopping!.
October 9th - This summer's sole photoshoot part II.
……….. and a second picture from this summer's shoot. Portland Bill, one of my favourite places to photograph; always amazing, come rain, wind (as it is more often than not) or shine! This summer's evening was all 'shine' - a beautiful Dorset sunset on a stunningly calm night.
October 4th - This summer's sole photoshoot.
With this summer's new addition to the family, it's been busy to say the least and photography, not surprisingly, hasn't really had a look in. Aiya is almost four months old now and I'm guessing she's pretty much self-sufficient so I'll be getting back in the saddle again and heading out shooting over the next few weeks. In the meantime, here's a sunset shot of Pulpit Rock on the Isle of Portland from my sole outing this summer. It’s a different perspective of the this much photographed location but I hope you like it!