Some of my achievements since I took up landscape photography in 2007...
Outdoor Photography Magazine
'Between Sunset and Sunrise'
Category win in Outdoor Magazine Photographer of the Year 2011
Landscape Photographer of the year 2012 (Commended)
Published in the Sunday Times supplement and official 'Take a view' LPOTY volume six.
Featured Photographer, edition 23, On Landscape online landscape photography magazine.
What Digital Camera
Featured in 'What Digital Camera' Magazine
Landscape Photographer of the Year 2013 (commended)
Two 'Commended' images within Take a view Landscape Photographer of the Year yearbook 2013 and exhibition...
Scottish Landscape Photographer of the Year 2014
Two commended images awarded.
Ordnance Survey 2015
National mapping agency Ordnance Survey has launched a new brand identity which aims to better reflect its digital and data services and appeal to a younger audience. In doing so they accessed, through 'Take a view' one of my images of Rannoch Moor for one of their walls in the Head office in Southampton.
Scottish Landscape Photographer of the Year 2015
Highly Commended' award in the 2015 Scottish Landscape Photographer of the Year competition. Out of the three images that had made the final, the image above of 'Wildflowers, Torrance' achieved the accolade in the Four Seasons category of the competition.
Scots Magazine, June 2016
Delighted to be asked to provide an image of the bluebells at Kinklaven Woods, Perth for the 'Scots' magazine.
A quintessentially Scottish institute with a great reputation for quality and coverage.
Amateur Photographer Magazine, June 2016,
one for the bucket list...
It is most amateur photographers ambitions to get a cover of Amateur Photographer magazine... I managed mine without even knowing...
As part of the run up to Landscape Photographer of the Year 2016 competition, an article on shooting in different weather conditions by Charlie Waite, LPOTY founder, was featured and my Image from Rannoch Moor, not only made the article and a short critique by Charlie but the prestigious and much sought after cover of this, the longest running photographic mag in the UK.