Inspired by the colour, beauty and structure of flowers, lead me to concentrate more on this field of photography. The camera is the perfect medium to explore and capture the details of flowers, with the variety of lenses available, particularly using a macro lens gives the opportunity of seeing the finer details of the flower, which is not seen from a distance by the naked eye.

Following on from completing a Diploma in Photography in 2002, I worked as a photographer's assistant for Prudence Cuming, a Fine Art Photography Company.

Since 2005, I have been working as a freelance photographer, specialising in gardens, plants and works of art. Commissions have included:

Sladmore Contemporary Gallery:
Serengeti - Recent Sculpture by Mark Coreth Exhibition Catalogue


Riding up to La Junta
Campo Aventura, Cochamo Valley, Chile(see image under Personal Portfolio

Travel Photography Masterclass
by Joe Cornish, Charlie Waite, David Ward,
Ben Osborne, Paul Harris, Niall Benvie,
Phil Malpas, Clive Minnitt, published in 2010 by Argentum (an imprint of Aurum Press Ltd).
(ISBN 978 1 902538 59 4)

Times Warner Book Group:
This Other Eden - Seven Great Gardens and 300 Years of English History by Andrea Wulf and Emma Gieben-Gamal.

Pen & Sword Books Ltd:
The British Grenadiers, Three hundred and fifty years of the First Regiment of Foot Guards 1656-2006 by Henry Hanning.

Strutt & Parker:

More recently, I have just completed a part-time course, learning more about plant identification, plant families, plant naming, to further my knowledge on plants. The Plant Course is run by Rosemary Campbell-Preston, B.Sc. (Hons).