Photography for me was just a weekend hobby prior to settling in Glastonbury near the end of 2015. Prior to this I was employed as an aerospace manufacturing engineer for 23 years in Northern Ireland where I was also raised. When my wife and I originally decided to relocate to the West Country it was with the intention of carrying on my career in the aerospace industry somewhere in the Bristol area. The reaction on social media to my first few photographs of Glastonbury and immediate requests for prints (from here and abroad) suddenly caused a rethink. Demand for my work has grown steadily since then and the privilege of working in such a creative, spiritual and inspirational part of the world that is Glastonbury has been a life changer for me, opening new doors to opportunities I never would have dreamed of before I moved here.
My work has featured in local and national press and national photography magazines.
Written and published two photography books, 'Monochrome Moods' and 'Into The Light: A Journey to Glastonbury’. I am currently work on a third to be published in 2019.
Held my first solo exhibition in Glastonbury (July 2016)
Reached the finals of Weather Photographer of the Year (August 2016) hosted by the Royal Photographic Society (RPS) and the Royal Meteorological Society (RMetS).
My work has been licensed for commercial works such as full size wall murals, company websites, travel brochures and for the covers of published author’s books (locally and internationally).
Serving clients locally and across the globe, from as far afield as the USA and Australia.
Opened my own gallery in Glastonbury (December 2017)
Currently operating as landscape, commercial and freelance photographer, tutor and workshop leader.
For commissions, bespoke prints, commercial assignments or for general enquiries email firstname.lastname@example.org.