Featured – Escapism Magazine

The winners of the 2016 #WexMondays photo contest have been announced, and these are the cream of the crop.

– Tom Powell from Escapism Magazine

The Wex Photographer of the Year 2016 competition has been featured in Escapism magazine. The article includes my image ‘The Shell’ alongside many of the other weekly winners.

Click here to view the article. 

Published – Wex Photographic Charity Calendar 2017 – ‘November’

I am pleased to say that ‘Jellyfish’ has been published in the Wex Photo Calendar 2017. The proceeds from the sales of this go to East Anglia Children’s Hospice (EACH) who care for and support sick children in a variety of settings. The calendar can be bought here

Get ready for 2017 and help make a real difference to the lives of thousands of children and young people with life-threatening conditions. All proceeds from the sale (excl. VAT) of this great calendar will go to the charity East Anglia’s Children’s Hospice (EACH), who provide tailored care and support for those who need it most and deliver it where the families wish – in their home, at hospital, in the community or at one of three hospices across the East of England. The perfect Christmas gift for the photographer in your life, this 12-month photo calendar features stunning images captured by our Twitter followers, alongside useful information about upcoming events. There’s also plenty of writing space for each day of the month to help you get organised for the year ahead! We would like to thank all our customers who have provided us with their images for the calendar; without your support, this would not be possible. 

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Published – Amateur Photographer Magazine

Just opened this weeks Amateur Photographer magazine and found that I’d come in 22nd Place in the ‘Deeper Perspective’ round of Amateur Photographer of the Year 2015! Considering that this is a multinational magazine, I think that placing so high is an achievement, especially considering the amazing talents of the photographers who enter!

Laura’s image of Heysham Old Lighthouse looks as if it could have been taken years ago with a vintage camera. 

– Amateur Photographer Magazine. 

Published – Amateur Photographer Magazine

This morning I opened my weekly issue of Amateur Photographer magazine and was delighted to see that three of my ‘Salford Quays at Night’ project were on page 33! I was contacted a few weeks ago asking me to send in a CD with ten photographs on it for selection which shocked me quite a bit, I mean, I’ve only had a ‘proper’ camera since September! Anyway, I sent the pictures in and here’s the result. This series of images has also been requested by City & Guilds to be hung in the reception of their brand new Head Office alongside my classmates!

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