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Creativity & Perfection from Behind the Lens.
  • Nikon D7100
  • Sigma 17-50mm F2.8 EX DC OS
  • Sigma 85mm f1.4
  • Nikkor 18-105mm
  • Nikkor 50mm 1.8G
  • Manfrotto 190XPROB - Tripod
  • Manfrotto 496RC2 - Compact Ball Head
  • YONGNUO YN-560 II Electronic Speedlight Flashgun
  • Peli 1510 Dry Box
  • Polaroid Lens 77mm & 52mm Filters

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Published March 10th, 2014

Interesting year already...

I was very excited to receive an email after uploading "Colourful" to 500px, Bauer Media contacted me asking to publish my picture in their upcoming "Digital Photo" Magazine. After finding out I was shortlisted for the magazine, it was just a case of waiting...

April 2014 edition is currently out and has my photo in the Get the Shot Feature :)

Thank you to everyone at 500px and the whole community.



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App Portfolio

Published August 19th, 2013

I have been developing an application for iPhone/iPod users to have unique professional photographs as wallpaper.

I would like to bring to you the application to share with your friends and family.

Available Here

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Concert Photography

Published June 19th, 2013

I now realise that when you do a concert or intimate gig, as this one was, you need to take all your gear with you. The lighting was terrible, but thankfully I managed to get a few good ones from the night. Bo Bruce was absolutely amazing.

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First Wedding Shoot

Published June 12th, 2013

Very nerving, but not as stressful as I thought! The panic was putting the cards into my Mac to see what I had. Here are a selection from the day.

Amazing couple, great to have them as my friends.

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We Brought a Zoo, Dartmoor Zoo, Deovn

Published March 21st, 2013

The zoo was opened as Dartmoor Wildlife Park by Ellis Daw in 1968 on farmland his family bought in 1948.

Dartmoor Wildlife Park became the subject of local debate after a 2001 report by the Captive Animals Protection Society raised questions about the welfare of the animals and the conditions in which they were kept, even though there had been no accidents in the zoo's 33-year history. The group criticised the living conditions for the animals and the safety barriers, calling for the zoo's license to be revoked.[6] The council were reluctant to revoke the zoo's licence, due to concerns over the future of the animals, but did charge Ellis Daw with 16 offenses after the zoo was investigated. All but one of these charges were dropped, but Ellis Daw was found guilty of breeding Siberian tigers outside of an organised breeding programme, and of keeping them in poor conditions. For this, Daw received a £200 fine and a conditional discharge, and the tigers were sent to a wildlife centre in t ...

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