Category: Fine art

The Other Side: Life in the Heel

It’s been a while since I posted any of my landscape work, but I shot these pictures a while back while visiting a friend who lives at the…



The Other Side — Alpine Dreams: What We Left Behind

Some more images from my Alpine Dreams series of landscapes and scenes from the western Alps, this time focusing on all the bits and pieces mankind has left behind…



Alpine Dreams: Hydroélectrique

So I have a bit of a thing about dams.

Perhaps, what with there being a French TV series all about zombies hanging around a dam and everything, more people…



The Other Side: Granite and Geysers

It’s back to Iceland for a second set of prints from one of the world’s more extraordinary landscapes (click the link above if you’d like to browse the store).

Going through these…



Where the wind blows…

There are few places in the world quite like Dungeness.

The only official desert in Britain, it’s dependably gloomy, creepy, desolate and, what with being sandwiched between a nuclear power station…



The Other Side: Under a Breton Sky

Sea, sky, clouds, an abbey and one of the world’s more desirable private houses (unless, that is, you want to go to the shops at high tide).

It can only…



The physical product

For a while, I (along with many photographers, I suspect) have been thinking about prints.

Or, rather, the lack of them.

Not so very long ago, you used to shoot 24 frames on a roll of film, pop into Boots and pop out again with a little folder of physical photos on…



Back to basics

Reed beds, blossom and a field near Chichester.  Because I still take pictures that don’t have people in them from time to time.