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 last week has been really busy in Toronto, covering three Major League Baseball games and one Major League soccer. Tuesday and Wednesday saw me at back to back baseball games with the Toronto Blue […]
This weekend saw the start of the Redpath Waterfront Festival, attracting thousands of visitors down to the lake in Toronto, including a wine and spirit event at Sugar Beach, flying men at the 2014 Flyboard […]
(THIS ARTICLE IS NOW REDUNDANT AS APPLE HAVE DISCONTINUED APERTURE) I know I have been down this road before but with the continuing delays with Photomechanic’s promised image database I have once again found myself […]
Results have now been released for the 2013 Wildlife Photographer of the Year Awards, run by the British Natural History Museum and sponsored by BBC Worldwide. Now in it’s 49th year it is regarded as […]
Adobe has announced that future upgrades to most of it’s popular programs including Adobe Photoshop will, from June, require a monthly subscription. Current standalone versions will still be available for the time being but these […]