About

Included amongst ’10 of Britain’s most exciting landscape photographers’ by The Great Outdoors Magazine.

Based near Inverness, I am a multi award-winning professional photographer.

I am the director of Black Isle Nature Photography – leading wildlife and landscape photography workshops around the Scottish Highlands. I’m fortunate enough to run Scotland’s most popular daylight pine marten hide.

My work has received numerous national awards. I have been a category-winner in The British Photography Awards, the British Wildlife Photography Awards and The Scottish Landscape Photographer of the Year, along with numerous other awarded images in other competitions.

I am a contributing photographer for Scotland: The Big Picture.

I am regular contributor to some of the UK’s most respected photography publications. I have shot images for and written articles on a wide range of subjects – from wildlife camera-trapping and mountain landscape photography, to long-distance backpacking, caving and ice climbing.

My work is largely outdoors based and I work with a wide variety of clients, ranging from authors, magazine editors and marine conservation charities, to the British Army.

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A selection of recently published work

Sea-Changers

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