The Archive

I've divided up a lot of my work over the last few years into a number of Galleries, each representing a project, session or trip.  I've also allocated some of the images into individual GENRES, which you can access via the main menu.  If you've got a few moments please enjoy having a look around.

End of Days

The Post-Apocalypse village. Buried in woodlands in deepest Buckinghamshire, a place that draws warboys, tankgirls, wasteland warriors and armageddonists. And provides a shelter from the zombies. You might get in, but there's no guarantee that you'll ever be able to leave. And, funnily enough, they're...

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The Secret Garden

The Secret Garden, hidden in the shadow of a 12th century Abbey in the town of Malmesbury - Englands oldest borough. At dusk, beautiful nymphs appear in the fading golden light and there's a magical frisson in the atmosphere.  A wonderful place to be...

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Amie Boulton

Kings Weston House, Bristol has many 18th-century features, including magnificent ceilings, marble fireplaces, and a stunning suspended central staircase. Many thanks to Amie and to Chris Conway for organising the day there....

Eezy Blues Band

Eezy Blues is a group based in Jumilhac le Grand in the North of the Dordogne, playing Blues, Rock & Soul classics from the 50s to the 80s....

Rosie Lea

Rosie is an experienced and published model based in Bridgnorth, covering Vintage, Bridal, Fashion, Fantasy and Beauty styles and creating Stevie-Nicks inspired shoots. The images here were created over two sessions at the amazing Far Forest Studio near Kidderminster....

Androgyny .. in the back streets of Plymouth

Shot in backstreets of Mutley Plain, Plymouth one Friday evening against street murals, metal staircases and an underground private car park, all in a 3 hour period as it was going dark....

Dunes and Beaches

Le Touquet-Paris-Plage, commonly referred to as Le Touquet, is a commune near Étaples, in the Pas-de-Calais department in northern France. A small town with a population of 50,355 welcomes up to 250,000 people during the summer.   Originally an area of wild sand dunes and forest...

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Another Costa Del Sol

Estepona is a little quieter than some other resort towns such as Malaga, Marbella and Torremolinos. Whilst there has been a good deal of tourist development in terms of sea-front amenities and hotels, the town - and most of the Western end of the...

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Tango in Paris

On the left bank of the Seine at Quai Saint-Bernard there is a small park named after the Corsican singer and movie star Tino Rossi. It's between the Sully and Austerlitz bridges and it's become enormously popular as an impromptu dance venue from mid-afternoon into the...

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Winter Night Shoot at Didcot

The original Great Western Railway Engine Shed was built in 1932, using loans provided by the government to relieve unemployment. Many features of this original depot survive to this day, together with some later additions. This night the main shed is half full of...

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A (very short) Winter’s Tale

So in 2018 we had the ‘Beast from the East’ but no snow. This year we had the ‘Wimper from the West’ and were snowed in for a couple of days. So this was a quick walk to the top of our lane to...

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Film Noir … in Malmsbury [Video]

Not a place generally associated with Film Noir. But when Artemis Fauna takes to the streets after dark with a storyboard you know that there’ll be some good come from it. Apart from the dead body, that is. Shot entirely on my Nikon D810...

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