I am a British award-winning landscape photographer, who was born and raised in mid-Wales. I took my first photograph at a young age after finding a discarded Kodak Box Brownie camera, and I've been taking photographs ever since.
After serving a number of years in the Royal Air Force, I returned to Wales and started a career in photography. My landscape photographs have been used in publicity materials by local businesses, councils and tourism organisations. My photographic work has also appeared in some national and regional magazines and newspapers.
In 2017 I was the winner in the Adult Living the view category ‘Alone against the torrent, Elan Valley, Mid Wales’ in the prestigious UK Landscape Photographer of the Year (Take a View) an annual international photography competition. Another image ‘The Lifeboat Crew, Aberdyfi, Mid Wales’ was commended in the same category. This is the first time that any of my work has been put forward for competition.
I enjoy passing on my enthusiasm for photography on via my one-to-one and small-group workshops, which are available to book on this website. Over the past couple of years, I have been using different concepts of digital and infrared photography to expand my portfolio and interests.
Away from photography, I live in the picturesque village of Aberdyfi, with my wife, four cats and an ever-increasing number of tripods, lenses and cameras.