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.
Between the Central Library and the main Town Hall, this passageway makes for an interesting perspective.
Haydarpasa Train Station, Asian Side, Istanbul. This exotic station has trains to Baghdad.
This shot was taken looking down the Champs Elysees towards the Place De La Concorde. The Tuileries can be seen in the edge of this picture.
Boat Quay and CBD, Singapore
Bridge of Sighs, Oxford. In Venice, the bride of sighs is said to have got its name from the sighing of prisoners as they crossed from the Doge's Palace to the prison. In Oxford, the sighs are from students going to sit exams.
Night falls in Tuscany
The stonework of the Doge's Palace on St Mark's Square, Venice, Italy.
Facial Study, 2004. This black and white photograph was taken using a macro lens to capture the detail of the human eye.
York Minster Cathedral, York. This black and white photograph shows the detail of the stone work around one of York Minister's stained glass windows.
An abstract image of The Guggenheim Museum. This image captures the simplicity of this wonderful design.
The Bridge of Sighs, Venice, Italy. This bridge gets its name from the sighs the prisoners made as they walked from the Doges Palace to their execution
Theatro Municapl at Rio De Janeiro
High up in the mountains Northern Tuscany
Boat on the Med, Menorca
Restaurant sign in the old town. Ciutadella
Modern architecture, Salford Quays, Manchester
Manhattan Bridge, New York. This bridge is often overshadowed by its close neighbour but it is still an important part of the skyline of NYC.
This photograph shows the Palace Hotel, Oxford Street, Manchester. It is also known as the Refuge Assurance building.
B&W Portrait 2005. Sigma SD9 70mm. This black and white portrait is deliberately shot in low key to hint at the features of the human form
Bamburgh castle stands almost on the shore and is one of Northumberland's most iconic structures.
This photograph shows the view from Kowloon looking across Victoria harbour to Hong Kong's Victoria Island.
York Minster Cathedral, York. Restored after a huge fire in the 80s, this black and white photograph captures the stone facade of the front of the Cathedral.
Quite streets during siesta, Menorca
Flower head, 2009