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Eurasian Kestrel, Falco tinnunculus


I'm always on the lookout for urban wildlife. I do a lot of walking on a nearby golf course and have been seeing this lovely kestrel from time to time. When ever I feel the light is good, I looking for him, I believe that this is a male. I found him on top of a tree, and stood there with my 500mm watching him, and to my surprise he dropped off the top of tree onto the grass right in front, probably 20 feet away. The long lens I had on compresses the background, and with dew on the grass gave a really nice bokeh to the image.

Runner up in the Image of the Year at the Bristol Underwater Photography Group (Click here for BUPG) judged by Alex Mustard


Really gratifying to come second in the annual Bristol Underwater Photography Group competition which was judged by Alex Mustard, one of the foremost underwater photographers in the world.

Puffins on Skomer Island, Pembrokeshire, Wales


So cool to finally visit Skomer, done lots of diving there at Martin's Haven over the years, but never ventured to the shores of Skomer. So happy I did. Apparently there's a 100,000 mating pairs there, and you're able to get very close to them. Weather was good for photography which is always welcome.

The Star


Made into The Star thankfully for all the readers I'm not on Page three ... check out the double spread on poage 20.

The Times - Page 4 April 30 Edition


Always nice to see your work in The Times.

The Daily Mirror / The Daily Express Pages 23 & 24 respectively


Underwater Photographer of the Year - UK Wide Angle Winning Image

Stunning photo that could be Great Barrier Reef was actually taken off CORNWALL


Cornwall Live

Underwater Photographer of the Year - Editorials

Underwater Photographer of the Year 2019 - Winner

Scilly Isles September 2018


We had an amazing trip to the Scilly Isles this year. It's a 30 plus mile journey to the west by ferry from Penzance. We dived off Tiburon owned an operated by Dave McBride who is also an underwater photographer. Having a skipper who understands the mentality of underwater photographers is key to a great trip in my opinion. We enjoyed some amazing wall diving in clear water. The walls are often corner to corner with Jewel Anemones. In addition to that we had two world class encounters with grey seals, which is always uplifting, and especially when people are coming back with great images.

Scuba Magazine - Sodwana Bay - November 2017


Watch this space, article will out be out in the next week or two.

Fairford Airshow


Italian Air Force ...more

The Times



SCUBA Magazine Cover Shot


April 2014 Cover shot ...more