Studies have shown that spending time in nature can reduce stress levels and improve overall wellbeing. It has a positive effect on our mental health by not only helping us to relax, but also helping us to stay focused and productive. By spending time in nature, we can increase our creativity, reduce anxiety, and increase our overall happiness.
Wildlife photography is something I love to do, whether it's for myself or whether I'm covering the commercial aspect of wildlife photography, such as ecotourism and nature based businesses. I enjoy capturing everything about nature, from tiny insects and plants to large birds or mammals. While I do use photography hides because they offer such great photography opportunites, often my favourite and most memorable photos for myself are taken just out walking around in nature, walking through the woods and coming face to face with a Deer, or sitting by a waterfall and finding a Lizard on the rocks near by. Below are a few examples of my work and you can find links further down to my full natural history and wildlife photography portfolios.
As a wildlife photographer I'm fortunate to be able to capture the beauty of the natural world to share with others. I'm always excited to be out in nature and even more excited when I manage to capture images of some of the incredible wildlife I've encountered. With the ever growing impact of climate change, raising awareness about the importance of nature has never been more important. By capturing and sharing images of birds, mammals, reptiles and insects, I hope I can at least help to inspire people and convey the importance of protecting our environment, not only for ourselves, but for the countless unique species that will be impacted by what we do.
Birds from Yorkshire, the UK, Europe and the rest of the world.
Wildlife Photography from Yorkshire, the UK and further afield.
Reptiles & Insects from the UK, Europe and warmer climates.
Bespoke one-to-one and small group photography workshops covering what subjects and skills you want to learn.