What a smile megan has, she's absolutely gorgeous!
Fantastic day at Fritton House! Lovely to meet the whole family.
The ground tears apart and lighting bakes the ground as the newly forming planet passes the dwarfing super-class planet, Mya. A composite designed back in 2010, original photo (earth and clouds) taken in Suffolk.
Portrait from 2010. The model, Emily, is a lovely person. As is the MUA, Asher Coleman. A delight to work with.
Taken for the lovely Amanda & Sam, a couple I shot their wedding for last year. Sam is a tree surgeon, I adore the contrast of his physical hands against the baby's skin.
Another from the model portfolio set for Jenna. Taken on the UEA grounds in 2010. Strobist lighting.
The architecture of this place is amazing. Note the tiny person in the far doorway, it helps to give a perspective of the grand scale of this building.
Another from the model portfolio set for Jenna. Taken on the UEA grounds in 2010.
Taken back in 2010 as part of a model portfolio series for Jenna. We did a lot of work together! Always professional and friendly.
Love these tones, which are named as the title suggests. Taken in 2010 with an 85mm lens.
A good friends kitten (now a cat!) we looked after Benji while the owners were on holiday for two weeks. He is totally awesome. Trained him to fetch an elastic hairband. You could ping it along the floor, he'd charge after it, grab it, then trot back with it and drop it next to you. Miss him!
The little green island on the right is all that remains from an eruption, the lava wiped out all other greenery. Taken in Bali, 2009.
Fantastic vintage wedding fayre at Juniper Flowers in Sudbury. Great to meet everyone!
Very minimal processing on this macro shot - and yet it looks like life on our celestial satellite
Macro shot of an October Spider as we call them, spinning it's web. The precision and technique is incredible to watch.
Happy valentines day!
Taken back in 2009 in Suffolk. The model is, again, the beautiful Holly.
Taken on a flight home from Majorca. Dreamy.
Not for the squeamish! This little fella is actually one of those tiny, thin house spiders. Taken with a macro lens with perfect backlighting. Creepy :-)
Macro time - this is a very small leaf. Smaller thank you think. Still smaller :) I love the absolutely tiny droplets!
Retro goodness! The rather beautiful model is Holly.
Yes, his name is Boy :) He loves to play, especially rolled up in our rug! He is the best cat in the world.
A wedding had come to the end, and as I left the venue I was greeted by this scene. The sky is an eternal masterpiece. Mind blowing beauty!
I love how the outer petals are decaying while there is vibrant life growing at it's center. Just like a galaxy. Mesmerising!
This photo makes a lovely relaxing wallpaper. Drop me a line with your screen resolution if you'd like to try yourself.
A fallen flower in a beautiful temple. Bali, Indonesia.
Nature's beauty never fails to completely amaze me. This combination of orange, purple and green is simply sublime! If you keep your eyes open as you walk, you'll notice that nature frequently uses complimentary (split) colours together.
Goodness me, it's cold at the moment! These beautiful crocus flowers usually bloom along our road as spring arrives. I took this photo last year, and I can't wait for the warm weather that signal their arrival! Roll on spring :)
This little fella is after some sweet nectar. It took a few shots to get sharp focus, but it was well worth the effort. You can even see the little specks of pollen on the tongue and back.