I picked up my first DSLR in 2006 which was an 8 mega pixel Olympus E500. This was the beginning of a passion for photography which is still as strong today.
I am a self taught amateur photographer with no academic training at all. Most of my skills have been honed by trial and error, reading photography magazines and many hours down at my favourite haunt of Portencross.
I tend to be over critical and lack self confidence in my work. I am also dyslexic and colour blind.
However, when I am out on location with my camera and the light is right, I feel like the best photographer in the world.
I have had my shots commended in the Landscape Photographer of the Year competition 2008-2009- 2010 and 2011. My photos have been exhibited at the National Theatre in London and have been published in the Sunday Times magazine.
If you would like to buy one of my images drop me an email
Here is an interview about myself and my photography.