About


Welcome to my website! I’m a wildlife watcher and photographer based in Durham, North East England. I seek to capture moments from the natural world around me. There are several ways to navigate my work: you can view my most recent photos, browse some of my themed galleries, look through my complete library, or search for an animal. You can also find me on Instagram and Facebook.

On the lookout for Black Grouse in west Durham
Exploring the ancient forests of Glen Affric

I love the natural world and my photography is one way in which I engage with it. I also spend some of my free time recording wildlife for citizen science projects such as the NMRS and BirdTrack. I aim to be as ethical as possible in my photography: I avoid harmful disturbance of animals and I never use bait or callback. The majority of my photography is local, and much of the rest involves sustainable transport (if any).

Merveille du Jour moth recorded in my garden
Searching for breeding passerines in the Durham Dales
My homemade mothtrap running in Northumberland

All my photographs are available here for sale as prints, cards, framed prints, and other products. 10% of all profits are donated to wildlife conservation charities such as the BTO and Butterfly Conservation. You can find information about how to purchase my work here. I am always happy to discuss particular requests or further use of my photographs: you can contact me here.

Cycling along the coast of the Morvern peninsula