Please use these pages to browse and purchase prints within the Collections below.
I use the finest materials modern science can muster to make these sumptuous prints that will last more than a lifetime.
I hope you like what you see…
On the day Gold Tier Dark Sky Status was awarded to Northumberland National Park, I happened to be at Kielder Observatory.
To me, this beautiful trinket of the moon captured on that cold winter’s night will always be a fitting tribute to hearing that momentous news.
CORNERSTONE COLLECTION 1996-2004
This Collection is comprised of photographs made between 1996 and 2004, all of which have been pivotal to me in some way during the first chapter of my photographic career.
If you are familiar with my work, you’ll find some old favourites nestling in here!
Eight images selected exclusively for this Collection from my book, Spillers’ Downfall.
Available individually or as Collectors’ Portfolios, these images are photographic gems documenting the demise of one of Newcastle’s industrial architectural icons.
Like many, I truly love the sea so I’ve gathered my favourite photographs together.
One of my most popular series of work, Tree Spaces, features in this collection.
Photographed at Bolam Lake in Northumberland, these four images are an exercise in beautiful texture, space and colour.
Following on from the popularity of “I will not chase the cat”, it is my pleasure to make this canine Collection of prints available to you.
Millions of people all over the world can trace their ancestry to Scotland and I’m proud to have been born there in this extraordinarily beautiful country.
A collection of photographs made in Northumberland, one of the UK’s wildest counties.
I was commissioned to make a series of photographs on the Llŷn Peninsula in 2002. I will be gradually publishing them here.
THE LAKE DISTRICT
Photographs made in the beautiful Lake District, England.
Photographs I made in 2010 during a visit to New Zealand to see my Dad.