27 images Created 13 Sep 2016
I've travelled far and wide across the British Isles - its green and pleasant countryside, rugged uplands, jagged and sandy coastlines and its many islands. Yet, I've only scratched the surface of its natural history. As many British wildlife photographers can attest, it is often phenomenally challenging. My career began like many others, with still-life flora and fungi and macrophotography with insects and invertebrates, all in my vast local woodland. Quickly expanding to wildlife hotspots like Richmond Park NNR, Formby Pines, Donna Nook and the Isle of Mull, my photography rapidly developed and a passion for mammals was born and very well nourished. Once I moved out of Central London, I had access to 150 acres of farmland and I wasted no time, focussing my attentions on brown hares and roe deer in these local fields. With my latest and biggest project so far - ProHides, photography hides for hire - I'm continuing with the farmland theme, working with downland badgers, little owls, buzzards and red kites.