Fine Art

I love creating fine art photography. What is Fine Art photography you may ask? Well, Fine art photography is about the artist and their interpretation of the scene. The camera is merely a tool to create art – it’s not about what the camera sees, but is instead about what the artist wants to make … More Fine Art


The days are getting warmer and more colour is appearing in the garden. It’s a labor of love and some days it feels like although I spend hours tidying it up, it looks no better! “Flowers don’t worry about how they’re going to bloom. They just open up and turn toward the light and that … More June


Once considered a weed of cornfields, the Common poppy is now in decline due to intensive agricultural practices. It can be found in seeded areas, on roadside verges and waste ground, and in field margins. Wildlife Trust


Photobook In October I was asked by Saal Digital to create a photobook using their services for free! I must say I was a bit dubious but having read other people’s excellent reviews I decided to take the offer up. It was really easy & straightforward to create the pages. The hardest part was decided … More Photobook

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What a fabulous page of your work. I love the cyanotypes in the white frames best, really lovely – Nicola Gorgeous photographs. Bought a couple of your beautiful cards. Next time I will buy one of your prints.Mr J Hields – Yorkshire This is a delicate, exquisite picture which will look lovely in my downstairs … More Buy online

Wet Cyanotype

Cyanotype is an early photographic process creating images without a camera. Two chemicals, ammonium citrate and potassium ferricyanide are mixed together to create a photosensitive solution which is painted onto the surface of watercolour paper and left to dry. This process needs to be conducted away from UV light and once dry the paper must … More Wet Cyanotype


Over recent years, many of our once-common butterflies have declined dramatically in number due to increased development, agricultural intensification, habitat loss and climate change; for instance, the small tortoiseshell has decreased by a massive 80% in South East England since 1990. But butterflies do have a lifeline. Together, the 16 million gardens across the UK … More Butterflies

Light and Ice

These are experimental images using a lightbox & botanicals sometimes frozen in blocks of ice. I use seasonal flowers enrobed in ice and using a lightbox to create stunning Light & Ice images. The images in this latest portfolio are created using my lightbox to create delicate pieces of art. I shall be experimenting in … More Light and Ice