Hello, and welcome to my site.

I am a British photographer now based in the south-west of France but still spending a substantial part of my time in the UK.  

My areas of interest reflect my geographical location and focus on the people, vernacular architecture and landscapes of the region and I undertake commissions reflecting these interests throughout Europe.

Too many years ago I attended the University of Salford, and received a BA Honour's degree in Art with a specialization in Photography.  

Later, in addition to my private practice, I was a Senior Lecturer and Course Leader of the BA Honours Photography course at Stockport College of F&HE in the North West of England.

Following this, I lived and worked in Bahrain, both continuing my photographic practice and working within education.

I have now begun exhibiting my recent projects at galleries within the Charente/Dordogne region and will continue to develop and present my work in the coming years.

Exhibitions UK

Grundy Art Gallery, Blackpool, The Bath and other studies; Astley Cheetham Gallery, Stalybridge, Other Worlds, India; Stockport Art Gallery, Five Artist (mixed show), The High Peak and Cairo; Buxton Art Gallery The High Peak; Tib Lane Gallery, Manchester, Sentinals (joint project with artist Trevor Grimshaw).

Exhibitions France

La Halle aux Grains, La Rochefoucauld, Le Château and L'Ancienne Usine; La Chapelle, Montbron, Patrimoine and La Nuit; La Grange aux Arts, Champniers, Angouleme, Les Temps.

For more information regarding my photography, to discuss future initiatives, or just to say hello, please feel free to get in touch.

All my photographs are for sale as high quality archival prints and some are identified on the various pages on this site. I have many others not shown here from the subject matter of the pages and can also be purchased, so please contact me with your requirements and/or questions. Looking for a theme not here? Please ask anyway. You never know. All prints are Fuji Crystal Archive C-type photographs on either matt or glossy, as you prefer.


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