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Richmond. I love it. I’ve been to the park many times in the past. But the last visit was different. I found myself in a cafe sitting opposite a nice chap called Mark Bentley, from B+W Photography Magazine, as he recorded an interview with me on a dictaphone. It was a refreshing change to talk…

Well there’s a pleasant surprise. Back in December I stumbled upon an Italian nature photography competition called Oasis. After a quick look around the site and after recognising the names of several winners from previous years, I decided to enter. I didn’t hear anything back from the competition other than one email to say winners…

On a cold Sunday morning in the middle of January, I found myself standing at a bus stop opposite a parade of shops in suburban West London. Not to catch the bus though. Instead, bizarrely, to photograph some feathered visitors from Scandinavia for the first time. Waxwings. A bus stop isn’t the most natural of…

This male red deer stag was grazing in the shadow of nearby tree’s and as I walked between them to get a clearer view, momentarily lifted his head and in doing so exposed his eye to a small pocket of light. I was able to get a single shot off before the head was lowered…

In some ways 2012 has been a slow photographic year for me, but in others, a very fulfilling one. I’ve experienced the high’s of awards ceremonies and the low’s of broken camera’s. So here’s a little look back at the year gone by as I share twelve photos that sum up 2012 and talk about…

3:30am. My alarm is going off and as I’ve only had 2 and half hours sleep I feel a little grumpy. But fast forward to 715am and after a two and a half hour drive and a 1.5km walk, I find myself sitting in one of the hides at Snettisham for the first time, eagerly…

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