Entries in the ‘Wildlife’

Raw Beauty – The Cairngorms

Filed in Wildlife, Workshops on Feb.02, 2019

The Cairngorms National Park in Scotland is a place that is truly stunning, with spectacular landscapes, snow capped peaks and breathtaking scenery. The Cairngorm plateau is the highest and coldest in Britain. You can still see snow in places in the summer, and in winter it is a place of raw beauty. The Cairngorms, known as Am Monadh Ruadh in Gaelic, are mountains that form part of the Grampians and are the most famous of the mountain ranges.


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Fieldcraft – Ethics

Filed in Articles, Photography Tips, Wildlife on Jan.09, 2019

Winter is a testing time for all living animals, always remember when working with wild animals they come first and the last thing you want to do is to impose yourself to quickly or scare the animal you’re wishing to photograph. It’s also very important to know that calories are burned off more quickly during the winter months so fieldcraft and respect have to be the first priorities of any wildlife photographer.


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Merry Christmas & Happy New Year

Filed in Articles, Wildlife, Workshops on Dec.24, 2018

I want to wish you all a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year, thank you to everyone for all the wonderful support over the last twelve months. I look forward to meeting all my new and previous clients that are booked onto my trips, workshops and tours next year. Look after yourselves and your families.  Keep fighting for the voiceless, and remember natures got the love.


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The Firetail

Filed in Projects, Wildlife on Jul.10, 2017

I’ve been working on a personal project in the beautiful Peak District, documenting one of the UK’s most beautiful and stunning summer visitors, the Redstart. This attractive little cousin of the Robin and Nightingale is one of my favorite summer visitors to our shores. They are immediately identifiable by their bright orange-red tails, and were also known as ‘firetail’ which they often quiver and constantly flick.


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