"Business" is booming!

Another month has passed, this year is flying! I can't believe it's August already. I had a relatively quiet month in June because May was so full on but July s… more

Summer's here!

As I type the weather has turned from record highs to rain. I know it should bother me but it really doesn't. The photographer in me just sees weatehr and wonde… more

It's been a year(ish)

About a year ago, as a form of therapy really, that I launched my Facebook page as a complement to my website… more

Corfe Castle

Corfe Castle was built on a steep hill in a gap in a long line of chalk hills, created by two streams eroding the rock on either side. The name Corfe derives from the Old English ceorfan, meaning 'a cutting', referring to the gap.[1] The construction of t

"Emily"

Emily was 5 or 6 weeks old when these shots were taken. She was a lovely subject and it was a real honour to be asked to photograph her.

"Pippa at two"

About a year ago, I asked if anyone would like me to take pictures of their family or children. One of the people who responded was Sarah and she asked me to take pictures of her then, one year old girl Pippa.

Americana

I was in full tourist mode when I went to the states but it seems that the photographer in me never takes a day off. This collection of shots contains cute, funny, interesting and downright weird images. I'll let you decide which is which.

Brooklyn Bridge Bimble

One of the things I really wanted to do was to walk the Brooklyn bridge

Eastern State Penitentary

The Eastern State Penitentiary is a former American prison in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. It was operational from 1829 until 1971.