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there, welcome to my site. It's a fun, eco-friendly site made entirely
from recycled computers. I am a travel
writer and photographer from the UK.
My photography was born from my desire to travel to exotic countries.
A four-month journey around Mexico then filled me with the desire to capture
the wonderful life and scenery that had filled my eyes and fuelled my
imagination. Unfortunately back then all I had was a very old compact
camera with a severely scratched lens, so the images I took really weren't
very good. But I saw the potential in what was there and, upon return,
decided to invest in my first SLR and start to learn how to take better
photos. The rest, as they say, is history.
are a few examples of my work. You can visit the photo galleries for more
mainly use a Canon EOS 5D with two L series lenses, but also shoot a mixture of digital and 35mm film format. High quality reproductions
are available to purchase for your publication or commercial use, or you
can order prints, framed or unframed. Please feel free to contact me on
with your requirements and I will prepare a quotation.
bookmark this website, as it is being constantly updated with new images.
Or email your request
Would you like to learn photography?
Whether you are looking to learn basic photography, or become more advanced, my series of workshops, beginners courses and private tuition can help you get started.
The Guardian newspaper
Bradt Travel Guides
Living Abroad Magazine
Cambridge University Press
Slovenia Times Newspaper
Maser Acher Magazine, Israel
Gift of Freedom Magazine
Or go straight to my agents, and purchase your own
custom print and frame here:
You can also buy a variety of merchandise such as T-shirts, mouse pads, cups, posters and much more from my shot at Cafepress. Click here for more info
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