Welcome to my news and infomation page. This is where I intend to share my experiences as an amateur photographer with you in a blog format. I hope you enjoy this and if you have any comments, please leave them below.
If there is something you would particularly like to see, please get in touch using the form on the Contact Me page or via the social media links at the bottom of the page.
Adventures in Inappropriate Shoes is a new travel blog which I am co-producing with my wife, Jane.
We live in Edinburgh, Scotland. Our adventures will be varied, some abroad but many local. Our blog will be filled with ramblings interspersed with a various of photographs. Why is it called 'Adventures in Inappropriate Shoes'? Well you will have to stop by and have a read for yourself.
As this is a new blog, we would love you to follow us and perhaps leave a little bit of feedback. Please get in touch if you have any questions or requests, we would love to hear from you.
Rough Guides are currently accepting entries for their travel photography competition, open to both amateurs and professionals. Submit your best travel photographs for a chance to have your images included in their new travel photography book.
As well as seeing their images in prime locations within the book, competition winners can look forward to receiving holiday vouchers and a Rough Guide travel book of their choice.
Once you have entered, share your entries using the #RGphotobook hashtag on Twitter and Instagram.
Check out Rough Guide’s website for full details and remember to read the T&Cs for entry instructions and rules. Good Luck!
You can see my entries below:
I am looking to develop my skills and build a portfolio, so am offering (potentially voluntarily) photography services to the local community, including charities, clubs, companies and
The majority of my photography experience to date is wildlife, street and landscape focused, but I have also conducted family and friends portrait photo sessions. I will consider all opportunities, including but not limited to:
All photographs will be provided in return for use in my portfolio; some images may also be displayed on my website and social media pages. I am looking to obtain references for future use, so
testimonials will be greatly appreciated.
Please note that as I work full time all requests have to be fitted around my often busy work schedule; the majority of my availability will be evenings or weekends.
You can view my images on by navigating through my website or follow me on social media (links to social media below).
Please get in touch using the Contact Me page if you would like to discuss any possible opportunities.
Edinburgh City Art Centre are currently accepting entries for their photography competition, which is open to the general public. Winning entries will be displayed in a major photography exhibition in the city in summer 2017. The competition, named Capture Edinburgh has six categories:
More information on the competition, including instructions on how to enter can be found on the Edinburgh Museums and Galleries website: www.edinburghmuseums.org.uk/News/Capture-Edinburgh-Photography-Competition
I have entered two photographs into the competition, which are show below.
Back in October I was lucky to attend the Alwen and Brenig stages of the 2016 Wales Rally GB event. It was an overcast day in the forests of North Wales which made it difficult to photograph the fast moving cars. Although, I managed to get a few good shots throughout the day which can been seen below.
I will shortly be making the images below avalible to purchase as prints or digital image files.
Interested in attending next year? More information on the Wales Rally GB can be found here: www.walesrallygb.com.
Back in 2013, I entered into a competition for a local newspaper in Derbyshire. The brief of the competition was;
'We want to see pictures which get to the heart of what the Belper area is all about, in your opinion. We want you to show us how beautiful the town and surrounding villages really are. It could be the history behind the mills, the community spirit which brings the Strutts Centre to life, or a fun event in the River Garden.'
I entered a number of photographs, but it was my Wyver Farm sign that won me third place in the competition. Links to two articles featuring my photographs can be found below.
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