In the beginning…

It all started a long time ago with a Kodak Instamatic. Then came an SLR, and experimenting with countless rolls of film. (Mistakes were plenty, though of course I had to wait a week or so to find that out. Film was an interesting – and expensive way – to learn how to be a photographer.) Jump forward a few decades and that outlay and hard work obviously paid off. I’m now a landscape photographer, who lives and works in the county of Northumberland in north east of England. Since turning professional I’ve written over thirty-five books about photography. I frequently work on commission for organisations such as the Northumberland National Park Authority, shooting seasonal landscape imagery. I also run popular bespoke one-to-one landscape and macro photography workshops throughout the year. Oh, and I shoot digitally these days…

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Roughting Linn Waterfall, Northumberland National Park
Housey Crags in the Harthope Valley, Northumberland
Dew on grass growing on Hadrian's Wall, Northumberland National Park
Mastering Macro Photography

I’m pleased to announce the publication this month of my new book: Mastering Macro Photography, published by Ammonite Press. To…