One of my favourite places in the world, because it feels like the edge. Sweeping dunes of marram grass dance in the wind, against the backdrop of the Irish Sea and Cumbria and Scotland beyond.
The Royal Crescent in Bath frames Royal Victoria Park in the evening autumn light. Normally its the local Bath stone that glows golden in the low Sun, but the trees really steal the show here.
Model: Silvia Pusceddu
The intestinal Colourscape exhibition, currently splayed out across the lawn of the Holburne Museum in Bath. The glowing labyrinth of colour confuses the eye and camera alike. http://www.holburne.org/
A Fifties Hollywood-style portrait was the aim of this shoot, achieved using just two lights and a small reflector; the key light high and to camera-left, and a small spot providing highlights on the hair. Model: Federico Da Dalt.
Model: Gina Shaw.
Bare legs on a rainy day, framed by the pink hues of both the dress and the soft light on the wet stone.
Flying anywhere in the Antarctic is a special experience, even when there is nothing out of the window but seemingly infinite whiteness. These cliffs stand defiantly at the edge of George VI Sound, a stretch of sea ice separating Alexander … Continue reading
This abstract shot was taken off Peel Castle in the Isle of Man, capturing the play of the sunlight amongst the Mediterranean hues of Fenella Bay.
The normally sleepy Isle of Man is woken up for two weeks in every June by the scream of high speed motorbikes. The 2011 Tourist Trophy again provided an exhibition of the ridiculous in both speed and skill. You really … Continue reading
A sepia tone adds a melancholy touch to this wind-swept shot of a lone guanaco, spotted on a hill crest in Chile’s ‘Torres del Paine’ National Park.