As of 1st February 2014, I have decided, with the exception of Limited Edition prints, to discontinue matting my prints. The main reason for this is to ensure that I can provide a high quality photographic product at the best possible price. Matting prints means greater shipping and packaging costs. Any local framer can provide matting as part of the framing service for a minimum of cost.
Should you wish to purchase my prints with matting, please contact me for a bespoke quote.
The Giant's Causeway on the Antrim Coast, Northern Ireland
The Dolmabahce Palace on the Bosphorus, Istanbul.
NYC Newspaper seller, 2009
The Statue of Christ the Redeemer on Corcovado, Rio De Janeiro. This picture was taken in 2005.
Street Scene Lucca
black and white macro study of flower
Lloyds Building, London, 2007
High up in the mountains Northern Tuscany
New York City
Lucca and Tuscany
Between the Central Library and the main Town Hall, this passageway makes for an interesting perspective.
Arc De Triomphe, Paris
Gondola on the water in Venice, 2008.
Christo Redentor or Christ the Redeemer as seen from Santa Teresa in Rio
Loch Fyne, Scottish Highlands, Scotland
Around Merrion Square, Dublin, Ireland. This photograph was taken in 2007 in Dublin, Ireland. The photograph is sepia toned with colour left in during post processing.
Cathedral of Menorca, Cituadella, Menorca
Brooklyn Bridge and Manhattan as seen from Brooklyn. The Bridge was built in 1870 and links the island of Manhattan with Brooklyn.
Pigeons on St Marks square, Venice, Italy. Taken from high up above Venice in the Campanile, a small boy was feeding the pigeons. The shot just jumped out.
In the Old Town, Ciutadella, Menorca
Facial study. Sigma SD10. 50mm. This black and white photograph of the female face in profile was taken with the aid of a macro lens. The picture shows the intricate detail of the human face.
Hills beyond Lucca
This photograph shows the Palace Hotel, Oxford Street, Manchester. It is also known as the Refuge Assurance building.
The Forth Rail Bridge, Edinburgh. This black and white photograph shows the scale and size of this triumph of the Victorian Era. Still in use today, this bridge spans the Firth of Forth.