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.
Lloyds Building, London, 2007
Street Scene Lucca
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
Another shot of Bamburgh castle, Northumberland
Deansgate Tunnel looking up at the Beetham Tower, Manchester. This tunnel is part of the Bridgewater Canal which helped first link Manchester to the outside world. In later years, rail was to replace barges as the main way of transporting goods in and out of the city.
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.
Midriff, Human study 2004. This black and white photograph was deliberately shot high key. The contrasting shades of the girl's top and the blown out skin work well in an abstract manner.
Winter Scene 2006. Saddleworth, England
Galata Tower. The name means Royal Tower.
Haydarpasa Train Station, Asian Side, Istanbul. This exotic station has trains to Baghdad.
View of Singapore from Mount Faber, 2006
In Scotland, 2013
Modern architecture, Salford Quays, Manchester
Up on the hills above Saddleworth, 2004
I M Pei's famous glass pyramid design at the Louvre, Paris, 2008
Bamburgh castle stands almost on the shore and is one of Northumberland's most iconic structures.
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.
This image shows the remains of the ruin. It was taken from the opposite side of the Northumberland coast to Craster a view of the ruins that is not often photographed
The Forth Rail Bridge, Edinburgh. A design triumph of the Victorian era, the Forth Rail Bridge spans the Firth of Forth in Scotland.
The Aqueduct of Valens. Built by the Romans to transport water into the city which at the stage would have been known as Constantinople.
New York at night
Harbour view and the high rises on the island. . The photo shows the harbour and Kowloon beyond.
View from bars on boat quay, Singapore, 2006.
Sugar loaf Mountain, Rio