Masthead header

In 1979 there were 1.3 million elephants in Africa. Now, in 2016, there are less than 400,000. That’s an average loss of around 2,000 per month for the last 37 years. As I stand listening to Will Travers OBE and CEO of the Born Free Foundation, break this tragic statistic down during the Remembering Elephants […]

Read full post

It’s that time of year again. The British Wildlife Photography Awards have been announced, showcasing wildlife from around the UK, and this years results have seen one of the badgers that visit my garden, in a rainstorm, and a backlit puffin in flight receiving Highly Commended honours. The badger in particular is a shot I’m […]

Read full post

From a wildlife photographers perspective, on paper, the Nikon D5 is a good camera. Actually, on paper, it’s an astonishing camera that’s striving to push the boundaries of speed and performance further than anything that’s come before it. Believe it or not though, other than a cursory glance at the specs on announcement, it wasn’t […]

Read full post

It is with complete pleasure that I share the news I have been honoured as the latest wildlife photography Nikon Ambassador for the United Kingdom and ROI. I’m still not sure it’s entirely sunk in yet! There have only been a select couple of moments I’ve had to keep quiet about during my photographic journey, […]

Read full post

Bright sunny weather is surprisingly flexible when photographing wildlife, as the Dalmatian Pelicans of Greece’s Lake Kerkini helped me demonstrate back in January, when I found myself on a return trip to photograph the hugely photogenic bird for the second year running. Once again the anticipation of snow was high but, just like the year […]

Read full post