I want to dedicate this image, the first shot I have processed and published of the Northern Lights that I was lucky enough to see on my recent Norway trip, to my father. Throughout my life he has been there for me, supported and guided me, worked hard to build […]
Once again I’m on tour in Lofoten with the incredible Arild Heitmann and Stian Klo; I last visited in February to hunt the Northern Lights but we were defeated by constant cloud cover…I guess I got a taste for the hunt and have followed the siren song of the Aurora […]
My online presence has been somewhat lacking of late. This is because I have been immersing myself in the exciting, brave new world of the Arcanum; channeling my energies into growing as a photographer and artist. In the short term that means that sadly I’m not posting quite as many […]
Usually in February in Northern Norway you’d expect there to be plenty of snow, however this year the winter was a strangely mild and there was very little settled on the ground. There were still plenty of these cool wee ice pools though…so many in fact it was hard to […]
I’ve been processing lots of photos from my trip to Norway in February recently. Lofoten is a truly epic place for photography with soaring mountains and frozen lakes…I half expected flight of dragons to come soaring over the horizon at times. Lofoten is also famous for it’s incredible aurora displays […]
An early morning image as the sun creeps over the horizon in Reine, Norway. Just behind me are the famous red fishing cabins and mountains of Reine; there is a stillness before the dawn waiting for the sun, and then non-stop action as the light moves quickly across the bay […]
In August some of my photography work is going to be on exhibition in Lauriston Castle and will be auctioned to raise money for Cancer Research UK. Tickets for the event are £10 (going to cruk) with limited places. Even if you can’t make the event you can still bid […]
In the bright heat of Malaga’s midday sun, the cobbled maze of streets and alleys become a welcome sanctuary of shade. At the end of this alley, Malaga’s much loved cathedral La Manquita towers over the resplendent Museo Cathedrolicio.
Though the world moved on, and the age of magic faded, some still kept a shadow of their former power.
The swell and surge of western waves has carried me from my ancient home, And now I sit upon the sand pensive and alone.