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.
Victoria Harbour, Hong Kong as viewed from the Kowloon side. The old junk is placed in juxtaposition to the modernity of Hong Kong's high rise buildings.
Lindisfarne Castle. This shot shows the route upto the castle with the beach in front.
Outside Madrid, 2003. This shot shows the Royal Palace of Aranjuez. This is the royal residence of the King of Spain.
Man with bicycle, Marrakesh, Morocco, 2007
On the Street, Marrakesh, Morocco, 2007
Waves crash in from the Atlantic Ocean
Rio De Janeiro as seen from Sugar Loaf Mountain. Christ the Redeemer can be scene atop Corcovado
Centre of Mahon, Menorca
The locals like to stack rocks when the tide is out.
The World Famous Moulin Rouge, Paris
New York City
Restaurant sign in the old town. Ciutadella
View from bars on boat quay, Singapore, 2006.
Bethesda Fountain, Central Park, New York
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
Rock on the beach
Another beach shot taken in Northumberlan.
Sandstone cliffs are a feature of the Algarve
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.
Lloyds Building, London, 2007
View from Santa Teresa across Botafogo to Sugar Loaf Mountain
Harbour view and the high rises on the island. . The photo shows the harbour and Kowloon beyond.
Face in crowd, 2004. This photograph shows a face in a crowd. Black and white images are often best when the contrast is stark.