Spring in Bournemouth

A panoramic view of the pier and the distant headlands at Studland, photographed from the East Cliff at Bournemouth in Dorset.

Rest in Peace

It was with a heavy heart that I had to let everyone know on Friday evening that after marrying her sweetheart Neil in a beautiful ceremony earlier in the afternoon, my younger sister Sarah, who had been suffering with cancer since last year, succumbed after contracting pneumonia last week and passed away shortly before 6… (Read More)

From Without

The latest in my One Frame Movie series was photographed in the hallway of the PROGR building in Bern, to which I gained access by asking permission of the administrative office of the creative organisation who now own the historic school building.

Skylight

The first photo from a portrait session in the PROGR building in Bern, to which I will be returning from time to time as a new indoor location for my portrait and “theatrical” photography.

Imogen Heap in Bern

A snapshot from the crowd of Imogen Heap, a British singer-songwriter, performing live at Bee Flat in Bern on 10th March.

Looking for location suggestions

I am continually on the lookout for interesting and characterful places to use in my photography and I am compiling a list of possible locations, to which I can return in the future and use in my photography.

Near Kirkbuddo

Taken from the road to Letham on my second trip to see Jo, in spring 2005.

Brandegg

The lowest of the three stations along the Eiger Run sledging route, beneath the massive cliffs of the Eiger itself.

Eiger North Wall Chairlift

The new 6-seater chairlift running from to the base of the north wall of the Eiger, photographed from the Eiger Run sledge track above Grindelwald.

Spring on the way

Mist rising from the lake during the early morning in Brienz, Switzerland. Photograph taken in 2005.