I initially worked as a sports photographer for many of the British national newspapers, including the Daily Telegraph and the Times.
From the late 80s until 2000 I specialized in equestrian subjects, travelling around the world to major national and internatioal sporting events and photographing breeds, equestrian personalities, as well as feature assignments for specialist magazines.
My equestrian images are available through PMGPictures.com
I now resides on Gabriola Island, a beautiful island just 8 miles long by 2.5 miles wide, a 20-minute ferry ride from Nanaimo, Vancouver Island, British Columbia.
Today, my photographic passion encompasses wildlife, nature and environmental subjects, and the web site has been specifically designed to showcase this work.
The 2017 Nature Conservancy Council photography competition attracted over 33,000 entries from 141 countries. I am honoured to announce that my entry below has been awarded a place in the top 100 entries to go […]
Yep – many is the time I have uttered the phrase “I’m gonna shoot that Bl#*!%%& dog”, especially on returning to the kitchen to find that once again my darling little Springer Spaniel had managed to […]
Recently while covering the World Junior Taekwondo Championships I was approached by someone asking what my ‘camera settings’ were. I quickly rattled off what I was using “1/1250sec, f2.8. at 4000ISO set manually”. The gentleman […]
Throughout the PanAm Games I had, as my constant companion, a Nikon 1 V3 mirrorless camera along with a 10-30mm lens and FT1 lens adaptor, courtesy of Nikon Canada. This camera boasts an 18megapixel 1″-type sensor with […]
Today’s post was supposed to be about photographing the World Women’s Team Squash Championships at Niagara on the Lake, about 130k from Toronto. I had gone there specifically to see the all glass show […]