Love Your Walls.
Stunning photographic prints to make your home happy.
They are printed on Museum 310, a slightly textured loose weave heavyweight art paper. Mould made, pH neutral and very thick, this beautiful paper stock is the choice of most fine art print labs and is perfect for preserving the richness of landscapes.
All the prints come mounted on textured white picture mounts and measure 20" x 16", ready for display or a frame of your choice.
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I grew up in the picturesque town of Malmesbury, Wiltshire, and now live and work in Manchester (which is beautiful in its own way!).
My interest in photography was sparked during my teenage years, through a combination of an inter-railing adventure around Europe, and an insatiable passion for snowboarding in the Alps. Since then, it has become inextricably bound with my heart for travelling.
I am hugely thankful that over the last 10 years I have had the opportunity to experience the beauty of nature in its myriad forms, in all corners of the world: from the glaciers of New Zealand to the thousand hills of Rwanda, the Great Ocean Road of Australia to the painted deserts of the American southwest.
I love the challenge of conveying the majesty of nature – its vastness, power, elegance or serenity – and particularly of capturing a moment that will pass, and never come again.
Whether it’s a frosty dawn, a brooding sunset, or a moment of perfection in a starry, midnight sky, the aim is for my photographs to evoke the atmosphere and emotion of that unique time and place.
One of my favourite challenges was to capture something of the relentless power of Victoria Falls – “the smoke that thunders” – where I proposed to my wife in 2011.
I started out with a Canon G10, which was hardy, resilient, and great for inter-railing and snowboarding. Currently, I am using a Fuji X-E1, with a variety of different lenses, as it is a significant step up in terms of quality (the Fuji XF series being some of the most impressive lenses I have come across), but still highly portable.