I have always loved being out in nature. I always took a small point and shoot camera with me on my adventures in the great outdoors. 

In 2009, at the age of 55, I decided to invest some time into learning about photography. I bought a Canon Rebel DSLR. I then took a landscape photography class from Nick Carver and subsequently some private photography lessons. With hard work and determination my photography began to evolve.

Nick offers self paced on-line courses. Nick is not only a fantastic teacher but an incredible artist. His work will inspire you. Check out his gallery of work at his website as well as his line-up of courses. Also be sure to check out his YouTube channel.


My passion is nature photography.  

Ansel Adams said, "The whole world is, to me, very much "alive"- all the little growing things, even the rocks. I can't look at a swell bit of grass and earth, for instance, without feeling the essential life - the things going on - within them. The same goes for a mountain, or a bit of the ocean, or a magnificent piece of old wood."

That's how I feel about nature. That there is beauty in the grand landscapes and also in the smallest of flowers or creatures. I love so very much photographing all that nature has to offer. 

I have always loved the timeless classic look of black and white film photography. In 2013 I got myself a 35mm film camera and some black and white film and have not looked back since. There are challenges with film photography but that makes it even more worth it. 

I have learned a lot from my journey with photography, the most important being, patience. I love every minute that I'm outdoors in nature with my camera. I never tire of it. It brings me immense happiness, peace and solitude.

There is so much beauty in our world. I've tried to capture  some of it and hope you enjoy my images.