1st May 2017
Tickets for the launch of the 'Remembering Rhinos' book, which I'm honoured to be contributing to, at the Royal Geographical Society in London on 1st November can be bought here. Speakers include Will Travers OBE, President of the Born Free Foundation, Johan Marais, founder of Saving the Survivors and acclaimed photographer Steve Winter. All profits from the event go to rhino conservation overseen by Born Free in Africa and Asia. You can buy this lavish new hardback book here as well as the 2nd edition of the 'Remembering Elephants' book first published last year.
24th October 2016
‘Sunlight dappling North Atlantic ocean’ taken in the Shetland Islands has been commended in the ‘Take a View - Landscape Photographer of the Year’ competition ('Classic View' category). The picture will be featured in an accompanying book and the exhibition at London’s Waterloo Station runs from 21st November until 5th February.
22nd July 2016
I'm very excited and honoured to be part of the imminent 'Remembering Elephants' project. A lavish hardback book of elephant photos "by some of the world's top wildlife photographers" will be published in September and can be pre-ordered here where you can also purchase tickets for the book launch at London's Royal Geographical Society on 22nd September which will feature talks by elephant expert Ian Redmond OBE and photographer Art Wolfe. There will be an accompanying exhibition at La Galleria Pall Mall in London from 19th September until 1st October (10am-5pm each day except Thursdays 10am-8pm). All the project's proceeds will be used by the Born Free Foundation to fight elephant poaching.
18th July 2016
'Atlantic puffin portrait', taken in the Shetland Island's magnificent Hermaness National Nature Reserve, is being featured on the back cover of the August/September issue of Nature Conservancy Magazine (USA). More pictures from this location can be viewed in the Gallery.
1st January 2016
This year, the World Wildlife Fund in the USA are using a selection of my latest Bengal tiger pictures to help promote awareness of this iconic species’ plight and their efforts to save it. Update on 10th April - 'For the first time in 100 years, tiger numbers are growing' - read more here.
18th December 2015
The current (January) issue of Nikon user magazine N-Photo includes a feature entitled ‘My Big Break’ which discusses the background to my iconic picture ‘Starlings above Brighton’s West Pier’ and the effect it had at the start of my career. In their next issue, there will be a ‘Lightbox’ piece on one of my pictures from Ashdown Forest and an 'On Assignment’ article on my latest work from India.
19th November 2015
New pictures taken in the Shetland Islands over the summer have been added to the Gallery. They include coverage of Atlantic puffins and northern gannets in the spectacular rugged scenery of Hermaness National Nature Reserve on the most northerly island of Unst. There are also pictures of European otters which inhabit the coastline of the neighbouring island of Yell as well as further shots of northern gannets and great skuas taken around Noss National Nature Reserve further to the south.
27th September 2015
If you’re in London before 7th October, please visit the exhibition ‘Cheetahs Alive' of cheetah pictures (my contribution is shown here) at the Mavros Gallery in Chelsea - all the pictures are purchasable and the proceeds go to the Cheetah Conservation Fund, more details of which can be found here.
15th November 2014
'Lion cub resting on rock' is being used by Panthera, the world's leading wild cat conservation organisation, to promote their #GivingTuesday fundraising campaign on 3rd December - all donations will be matched by their generous group of donors. It's important to note that Panthera's Founder and Chairman Thomas Kaplan 'pays all their administrative costs so that every dollar goes directly to the field'.
5th October 2013
A selection of my Ashdown Forest badger pictures is being published today in the The Guardian's 'Big Picture' feature (Weekend magazine) with a short interview to go with it. They also have an on-line gallery on their website here. The interviewer was Patrick Barkham, who has a new book 'Badgerlands: The Twilight World of Britain's Most Enigmatic Animal' being published on this week which is excellent and covers everything from the badger's place in our folklore, its natural history and the truly dreadful history of its persecution by humans which tragically continues to this day.
2nd February 2010
'Starling flock above Brighton's West Pier' is going to be part of Wild Planet, "a free outdoor exhibition which will feature 80 of the most spectacular images from the 'Wildlife Photographer of the Year' competition" and organised by the Natural History Museum in London. The exhibition will be touring city centres in the UK and around the world for 5 years and starts on Brighton seafront (near Palace/Brighton Pier) from 12th March until 26th September.