Many subjects are of interest but, in recent years, motorcycle racing has been my predominant focus. I have a passion for both motorcycles and photography so I suppose it makes sense. I love movement in images; you can see evidence of that in my non-racing galleries too.

Apart from my earliest cameras I have always used Nikon gear. F801 F100 D1X D100 D2H. A D2X is my current camera and has been an excellent workhorse but it's time for an upgrade I think.

My photographs have appeared in a variety of publications; 'Performance Bikes', 'Fast Bikes', 'Superbike' magazines; 'The Evening Standard' and 'The Sunday Times' newspapers to name a few.

I hope you enjoy my work and I welcome any feedback - please feel free to leave a message.

I will be updating work on a regular basis; be sure to check 'News' to see what has been added.

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Welcome

My interest in Photography was kindled by my Father, himself a keen amateur, who, in my and many others' opinion, could/should have been a professional. In time I intend to add a gallery of his finest images.
He taught me to appreciate the quality of light, details in the landscape and in everyday subjects. My photography is an extension of that appreciation.
Aside from his influence, I am purely self-taught and have only read a handful of text books on photography as such. I follow my instincts.

Photography was only a hobby until about 10 years ago when I started to take it more seriously. I crossed the bridge from film to digital in 2002. The early days were interesting and it is incredible how far the new technology has progressed in such a short time. Indeed, photography is enjoying a renaissance.

Digital has taken the wait and uncertainty out of photography giving immediate results, perfect for an all too impatient world! This, of course, means one can acquire the desired result with immediate effect or by post-production manipulation.

I attempt to steer away from the latter and try to capture the image right first time. Occasionally I dabble with post- production but only to extend the boundaries rather than correct poor workmanship. That is not to say I have little regard for that particular skill; it's just not big on my agenda.