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 Island of Sentosa on the left with the busy South China Sea in the distance
The stonework of the Doge's Palace on St Mark's Square, Venice, Italy.
Near Bethesda Fountain in Central Park, New York
Red Lips and black and white. This photograph was taken in 2004. The red lips were left in the black and white image during post processing.
View over the loch
Theatro Municapl at Rio De Janeiro
Tate Modern, London
Boat Quay and CBD, Singapore
Ribblehead Viaduct, North Yorkshire. This black and white photograph captures the magnificent Ribblehead Viaduct in North Yorkshire.
Hills beyond Lucca
Central Park, New York
Arc De Triomphe, Paris, 2008
Nude study of the female form. The use of black and white media allows shadow to be used to hint at the curves of the female body.
New York Street Vendor, 2009
Taxis, New York
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.
The night time traffic on Connaught Road, Wan Chai. This long exposure black and white photograph tries to capture the pace and frenetic energy of the city.
This black and white photograph with Sepia post processing shows the view across Victoria Harbour from Kowloon.
Lloyds Building, London, 2007
Study of the work of Henry Moore. This silhoutted image was taken in the Yorkshire sculpture park.
Another beach shot taken in Northumberlan.
Newton Beach is located on the East coast of England in Northumberland. This shot shows the view looking South.
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.
The castle at Lindisfarne, Northumberland.