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i am a wild camping enthusiast, and i'm always in pursuit of breathtaking scenery, no matter where it may lead me – whether it's the northern reaches of the ARCTIC CIRCLE or the remote mountains of CANADA. my trusty tent is a constant companion on my journeys because i believe there's no better way to truly connect with the natural beauty of a place than by living within it.

ABOUT ME

my photography journey began when i was 14 years old. i bought my first DSLR camera, a panasonic G5, in order to join my dad, who is also a passionate photographer, on his photography adventures. by the time i turned 16, i was already venturing into the wilderness of the UNITED KINGDOM with friends who shared my passion. camping and photography had become a harmonious duo in my life.

my work has earned noteworthy recognition. my photos have been prominently featured in the esteemed country file calendar, playing a part in generating millions for charitable causes. adding to this achievement, my recent inclusion in the landscape photographer of the year 2023 edition saw one of my pieces receive a 'highly commended' award. these milestones serve as a testament to my commitment to capturing moments that resonate, and i am eager to continue this journey of visual storytelling.

FEATURES

AWARDS & NOMINATIONS

countryfile calendar

countryfile calendar

2018

trail magazine

countryfile calendar

2021

practical photography magazine

countryfile calendar

2016

landscape photographer of the year

highly commended

2023

bradt photographer of the month

landscape photographer of the year

2021

trail magazine

landscape photographer of the year

2021

ACCOLADES

i am incredibly proud to have been highly commended this year for my 'change in the landscape' submission at the landscape photographer of the year 2023 award.

ASSYNT in SCOTLAND experiences all kinds of weather throughout the year. This particular rain storm appeared as quickly as it vanished, saturating the mountains along the way. this image was taken in winter on a very cold and wet camping trip, fortunately the rain was a few hundred meters away so i was able to get the shot in the dry using my zoom. i was fascinated by the way the sunlight illuminated the rain clouds and i knew this was an image worth taking.

'highly commended'

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