framed picture of Versailles garden in a living room
framed picture of a seascape in a living room
framed picture of Brighton seascape on grey wall
framed picture of Somme seascape on white wall
Outdoor portrait of Henrie Richer with camera and flowers
 

Welcome to my website

Thank you for taking the time from your busy day to visit.

I’m a British photographer and artist, living in the Paris area, in France. My work is inspired by art, classical and contemporary, by the countryside that surrounds my home and by travel. I look forward to getting to know you.

AWARDS

5th fine art photography awards
1st fine art photography awards
honorable mention IPA 2018

Latest Blog posts

William Turner In Paris.

William Turner In Paris.

(All of the photos in this article were taken with my iPhone 6, so the quality is not great, unless otherwise stated). This Summer of 2020, is bizarre and difficult for many people whose businesses are suffering through the current health crisis. Hopefully, it will be...

From Lockdown To Lake Side – Part II.

From Lockdown To Lake Side – Part II.

Some photos from Part II of my latest blog post about a photo walk around a pond, here in rural France. My favourite style of photographing is a combination of over exposition and blur. My intention being to obtain in camera, a bright impressionist like image. These...

From Lockdown To Lakeside – Part 1.

From Lockdown To Lakeside – Part 1.

Our first outing after we were allowed out of lockdown here in France on May 11th, was to go for a different walk to a local wood.
We were fortunate to spend the two months of self-isolation at home in the countryside, near Paris. We were allowed to go out for a walk every day, within a 1 km radius, with a signed and dated certificate attesting to the reason for our outing. Despite this, my first wish was not to rush to the hairdresser’s, go clothes shopping or other more urban delights, but to see a different landscape, somewhere different from the farmed fields that surround our village.

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