I am a photographer living in the far west of Cornwall. I have exhibited my work both locally in Cornwall, and nationally in London and Brighton. Since 2020 I have been member of Marazion Gallery, a collective of artists showcasing our work throughout the year. My photographs and articles have been featured in several magazines and journals including the Sunday Times Magazine, Outdoor Photography Magazine, Amateur Photography Magazine, Len’s Journal and Breathe Magazine. I have had my photographs commended in the Landscape Photographer of the Year exhibitions and publications six times between 2016 and 2023, and in the Natural Landscape Photography Awards in 2021. I was also a judge for the South West Coast Path Photography Competition in 2023. There are links below to podcast interviews I have featured in.
Sand, Sea and Clouds
In my photography I aim to capture a sense of space and solitude, and I am often out early in the morning and after sunset. I am particularly drawn to vast cloudscapes and reflections, waiting for the receding wave to reveal a perfect mirror-image in the wet sand. Slowing down the exposure, either through using filters or after the sun has set, can create a painterly, ethereal image, and I often experiment with longer exposures to capture a memory or feeling of a particular moment in time. I am also intrigued by the minutiae of the world in close-up; patterns, shapes and colours that might easily be overlooked.