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.
Facial study. This black and white photograph was once again taken with a macro lens filter. This allows for close up detail of the eye and eyelashes.
Christo Redentor or Christ the Redeemer as seen from Santa Teresa in Rio
View of Venice, Italy. Truman Capote once said of Venice Venice is like eating an entire box of chocolate liqueurs in one go.
The Forth Rail Bridge, Edinburgh. A design triumph of the Victorian era, the Forth Rail Bridge spans the Firth of Forth in Scotland.
Night falls in Tuscany
Sunrise in Venice, Italy. 2008.
Westminster Abbey, London
Facial Study, 2004. This black and white photograph was taken using a macro lens to capture the detail of the human eye.
New York City
The Mall, Central Park, New York
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
Another beach shot taken in Northumberlan.
The Campanile, Venice, Italy. The Campanile rises out of St Mark's Square in Venice, Italy. Visitors can pay to trudge the steps of the Campanile which is worth it for views of the city.
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.
Man with bicycle, Marrakesh, Morocco, 2007
This photograph was taken in Madrid in 2003. The black and white medium helps to create a sense of starkness.
High up in the mountains Northern Tuscany
Venice, Italy. 2008.
The Dolmabahce Palace on the Bosphorus, Istanbul.
Modern architecture, Salford Quays, Manchester
View of the Camera, Bodleian Library, Oxford. The Radcliffe Camera is one of Oxford's most famous landmarks. This black and white photograph shows the Camera through a gateway.
The Sultan Ahmed or Blue Mosque, Istanbul. Named after the blue Izmir tiles that adorn its roof
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.