Scoresby Sound – When the Dream Becomes A Reality

I’ve had an interest in Greenland since first seeing the Ragnar Axelsson documentary in 2011, add in the fact that we live close to William Scoresby’s home town of Whitby and you can see why […]


A Tall Tale of Tall Ships

Shooting the Endeavour and then the HMS Pickle and Atyla from Whitby pier whetted my appetite for shooting tall ships. Capturing them from the end of the pier gave me some great views of ships, […]


Where to see us this year?

We started the year with a major exhibition at the Stephen Joseph theatre in Scarborough, then in March we joined several other artists in the Yorkshire’s Coast & Sea exhibition at The Old School, Muker. […]


The Sunset That Just Kept Giving

I have to admit I’m guilty of a crime! I have a policy, no matter how disappointing a sunset is, I mustn’t leave the location for at least 15-30 minutes after the sun has set […]


Tree Lines

They say you must be patient to be a landscape photographer and you may have to wait for hours to get the right light for an image. Well I must either be very patient, or […]


An Un-expected Muse

We often hear Joe Cornish talking about Roseberry Topping being his muse, but it came as a bit of a shock to me to realise that the Kingthorpe farm had become my muse without me […]