Winner of BBC Countryfile Calendar Competition!

Winner of BBC Countryfile Calendar Competition!

So excited to finally be able to tell you all that I won the public vote and my image "An Apple a Day" features on the front cover of the iconic BBC Countryfile Children In Need Calendar 2020! It came top out of over 42,000 images! Massive thank you to everyone who...

BBC Countryfile Calendar 2020

BBC Countryfile Calendar 2020

I am so proud to have one of my images selected to appear in this iconic calendar. My image "An Apple a Day" will feature in the month of October. Below are the 12 finalists for this year’s BBC Countryfile Calendar competition. The winning photo is set to be chosen by...

British Wildlife Photography Awards 2019

British Wildlife Photography Awards 2019

I was very pleased to have two Harvest Mice images shortlisted in the British Wildlife Photography Awards 2019, in the category Animal Behaviour. Although they did not go on to win, it was an honour to be shortlisted as this is the leading competition for British...

Bird Photographer of the Year 2019

Bird Photographer of the Year 2019

I am very honoured to have this image shortlisted in the Creative Imagery section of Bird Photographer of the Year 2019. This is a global photographic competition, with nearly 14,000 entries from 63 countries. Although it wasn't a winner this year, it's still a...

British Wildlife Photography Awards 2018

British Wildlife Photography Awards 2018

I was very honoured to have 2 of my Harvest Mice images shortlisted in the Animal Behaviour category of this competition. Whilst they didn't win, it was a high achievement to be shortlisted. This is a competition which attracts thousands of entries.

Transatlantic Turtle Rescue

Transatlantic Turtle Rescue

I have recently returned from the Caribbean, having sailed there from Gran Canaria on a sailing yacht, partaking in the The ARC 2017 (Atlantic Rally for Cruisers). The highlight of our 3 week Atlantic crossing was rescuing a Loggerhead turtle from a plastic fishing...