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Amongst Trees

I’ve been fascinated by trees since a very young age and I have photographed them for 20 years. They stand in deep serenity without pretence. Their purpose is to bear fruit and to nourish the soil for new life. We lean on trees throughout our lives; the sacrifice they make on our behalf is truly immeasurable.

Intimate Landscapes

My deepest connections with the landscape often come from the smallest of details. In this portfolio, I explore the hidden depths of the landscape that we often just walk by. There’s a quiet beauty in the smallest of landscapes that I strive to revisit over and over again.

Trees & Water

Water is the source of life. It also represents life in its purest form. Without it, we wouldn’t be alive. It’s soft, but extremely hardy. It’s patient, but often restless. It’s peaceful, but at times it can be ferocious.

The landscape is continually shaped by the weather, and by water. This portfolio explores water interacting with, and impacting trees in the landscape.

Rolling Hills

Where I grew up in the southern Peak District and Staffordshire Moorlands, and where I now reside on the edge of the Chiltern Hills, the countryside is quintessentially British. Here the hills are small, and often roll away as far as the eye can see.

Mountain Light

For some reason, I have always felt at home in the towering hills of the Dark Peak area of the Peak District, as well as the fells of the Lake District and in the mountains of the Scottish Highlands. Perhaps it’s my Scottish heritage, or perhaps I just appreciate the splendour of the mountains. Vast open spaces of solitude, undeniable beauty and, of course, magical light.

Texture & Form

Over time, the landscape is shaped by the weather, by water, and by man. In the UK, there are few truly wild places remaining, but we don’t have to look far to find texture, form and order. This portfolio explores these facets of the landscape.

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