Recently I read an interview with the New York photographer Jay Maisel, who believes that gesture is “not just the..
Kayak adventure on the Helford
I stumble upon daffodil heaven
Imogen: the aftermath
Storm Imogen at Porthcurno
I love long exposures!
Bodmin Moor in the snow
Santa, reindeer, fireworks and music…
In the footsteps of King Arthur
Restaurant photography: Trewithen Restaurant Lostwithiel
Fresh images of Fistral at sunset
The richest square mile in the world (200 years ago)
Giant swell hits the Cornish Coast
Behind the lens: The Great Cornish Food Book shoot
Behind the scenes photography at a big charity dinner
SEA THRIFT IN CORNWALL
Food Photography with James Nathan
Last year I was commissioned by BBC Country File magazine to shoot Flora Day in Helston and I was stoked..
Here’s a few images from a fun project I shot for Wildspace Adventures. I joined a group of students from..
“I wandered lonely as a cloud…” Well not quite. I was alone, it was cloudy, but I was driving from..
It’s a little like a glimpse of a dystopian vision from a Mad Max movie, but it’s just a few..
I rushed down to west Cornwall yesterday to get some shots of storm Imogen hitting Porhtleven and Sennen at high tide...
I went back to my roots today when a huge summer swell hit Cornwall and I bombed up the coast..
Jayne, the amiable curator at The Royal Cornwall Museum, placed the display of medals on the table in front of..