My image 'The Silent Hunter' has been awarded 2nd place in the Nature category of the 2021 Monovisions competition for black and white photography.
I was also awarded 'Honourable Mention' for another image 'The Siren'
I am houred that the Royal Mail have used my image of a juvenile Bottlenose Dolphin for a postage stamp.
The image is one of a set of ten images with the theme Wild Coasts.
My images 'A kiss beneath Jupiter' has been awarded in the 2020 International Colour Awards
I am very please to have had 5 images awarded in this competition, including this image 'Dance with the Devil'
I have just been awarded 'Honourable Mention' for my image 'The Kiss' in the 2020 (15th) International Spider Awards, for monochrome photography.
This image of wind turbines off the North Wales coast won the Changing Landscapes category. There is a small flock of migrating birds flying high above the parting blanket of fog, that reveals the turbines. Do the birds simply know the way above the fog?
I am very pleased to have beocme a Brand Ambassador for Big Blue Ocean Cleanup, a leading International non-profit organisation, dedicated to keeping the oceans clean, protecting marine wildlife and providing free educational resources.
Big Blue Ocean Cleanup inspires every generation to take action and protect our blue planet!
A career highlight for me!.
I have just been awarded 'Merit of Excellence' for my image of a hatchling Leatherback Turtle. Overall I had 6 nominated images in this years (14th) Spider Awards.
BLACK AND WHITE SPIDER AWARDS is the leading international award honouring excellence in black and white photography. This celebrated event shines a spotlight on the best professional and amateur photographers worldwide and honors the finest images with the highest achievements in black and white photography. www.thespiderawards.com
I have had 2 images awarded in the 2019, International Mono Awards, including this image of Mountain Ponies from the Brecon Beacons, Wales.
I am bowled over to have had 5 images awarded in the 2019 Monovisions, International competition for black and white photography.
This image titled 'Praying For Calm' was one of the awarded images. This is the tiny chapel of St Cwyfan on Anglesey
I have started to build a colection of images that highlight the geological and geomorphological diversity of Wales. I aim to build a portfolio that showcases the varied landscape and habitat, with its flora and fauna, and how it relates to the underlying geology.
I have already acquired many images for this project, and will present examples as i build the portfolio in my Nature Gallery. My ultimate aim is to construct a 'Coffee Table' book that showcases 'Wales in the Making'.
Many images that I will use for this book are dispersed throughout this website, with award winning images such as 'War and Peace', a split-level image of Llyn Idwal in Snowdonia.
This is one of 5 of my images that have been awarded in the International Mono Awards, a competition for black and white photography
This is one of 3 of my images that have been awarded in the International Mono Awards, a competition for black and white photography.
A huge thanks to Kristie Clinch and Jack Scholey.
This image of a Red Kite against an almost monochrome background of snow, was taken at Gigrin Farm, Rhayader, Wales. I am chuffed that it has been awarded in this competition.
If you are interested in how I photogrpah Red Kites, please check out my video (video Tab on this website)
A Highly Commended image of a Blue Shark, taken off Cape Point, South Africa.
I had 4 images awarded in this competition including, a staged image to promote and celebrate the work of the Abersoch RNLI, North Wales.
It is dusk, you are struggling, imagine the relief when the lifeboat arrives. How many thousands of people have been saved by these amazing volunteers.
I am honoured that one of my images has been selected for an Icelandic postage stamp. The Image is of a Gadwall and is presented as one of a set of 4 birds, (bottom right) one for each stamp.
A Highly Commended of a lone surfer at Porth Neigwl, near Abersoch.
Awarded Image. A Lionfish taken in the Red Sea at Sharm el Sheik, Egypt.
2 of my images were Highly Commended in this years Landscape Photographer of the Year. Both were monochrome images of waves on the Llyn peninsular, Wales
Commended Image - Beneath the ice.
This image was taken beneath ice in Llyn Idwal, Snowdonia, Wales.
A Commended Image of a Swan swimming on Llyn Padarn, Llanberis, Wales.
One of two of my Highly Commened awards.
This image 'Kite Country' has been 'Commended' in the 2012 Landscape Photographer of the Year. This was taken during the winter at Rhayader, Wales.
I had 2 Highly Commended images in this competition, including this monochrome image of a Sea Bass, taken at Porth Ceiriad, Wales.
Awarded Image - And Then The Ice Came.
I had two images awarded in this competition.
This image taken beneath ice in Llynnau Mymbyr, Capel Curig, makes me thinkof how Snowdonia, was carved by ice, and what it must have looked like after the ice eventually melted, after the last Ice Age.
Highly Commended image
Image Limited Edition Run of 100 images sold on behalf of Help for Heroes.
This is a split-level image of Penmon Lighthouse, Anglesey. It was an honour to present image 1 of 100 to the Commanding Officer at RAF Valley, Anglesey.
Winning Image in the Living Landscapes category.
This is a split-level image of Llyn Idwal and Cwm Idwal, Snowdonia. A tale of two worlds 'War and Peace' the drama of the mountains and the tranquility of the aquatic world.
This split-level image of Penmon Lighthouse in North Wales was 'Commended' in the 2010 Landscape Photographer of the Year
An exhibition of my wildlife images from Wales, for and on behalf of the North Wales Wildlife Trust.
Image auctioned by Nikon UK on behalf of the Princess Alice Hospice.
I am over the moon at being Runner Up in this years Wildlife Photographer of the Year.
This was an image that I planned in my mind, researched technique and location, then after many attempts, obtained this shot of a Mallard. A common subject from an uncommon viewpoint.