About

I am based in Teignmouth, South Devon, and am primarily interested in changes in the landscape over time, whether from natural events or because of human intervention. For more, please read my blog entries. I work in Devon green lanes, Dartmoor and the South West coast, although not exclusively.

Some of my images have been published in books and magazines, and a few have been exhibited:

Christopher Somerville’s book: Somerville’s Travels, AA Books, 2009, a photograph of the disused tramway near Western Beacon

Dartmoor Magazine article, issue 99, Summer 2010 on Sherlock Holmes’ ‘Hound of the Baskervilles’ – a black and white photographs of Nun’s Cross Farm

Walks along the South West Coast Path – Exmouth to Dartmouth – a book by Melanie Border and Ruth Lockhurst, Coastal Publishing, 2011              Three photographs of the South Devon Coast:
‘Towards Exmouth from Dawlish Warren’
‘Across the River Teign from Shaldon’
‘Brownstone Battery Gun Position’

Dartmoor Magazine 2013 calendar – ‘Nine Maidens Stone Circle’ photograph

Active Dartmoor magazine, issue 6, 2013, ‘Natsworthy Gate’ photograph

Devon Life magazine, May 2015, contains a 2 page feature on my Devon Green Lanes work

Active Dartmoor / Visit Dartmoor website: Blog piece about photographing Dartmoor

Exeter Life magazine: cover image of the Exe Estuary, May 2016 issue

Dartmoor the Heart of Devon Calendar (commissioned by the Dartmoor Business Network in aid of the Donate for Dartmoor scheme) My image of Yar Tor from spring 2017 appears as the March 2018 image

I exhibited 5 of my 19240 Shrouds of the Somme  images in the Barnfield Theatre, Exeter, throughout November 2016 

Dartmoor Open Exhibition at Green Hill Arts, Moretonhampstead, 17th June – 2nd September 2017, I exhibited one of my multiple exposure images of the kistvaen near Hound Tor. Dartmoor

The Dartmoor Collective – water A new zine published 2020 by the Dartmoor Collective: Dunsford Wood, Autumn, a multiple exposure image

 

 

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