Wild Scotland

Having visited Scotland several times I am still in awe of the rugged wilderness, ancient Caledonian pine forests, and thousands of lochs in the Highlands, Lowlands and islands. I returned in winter this year to the Cairngorms National Park region to photograph wildlife in their snowy natural habitat, and in particular the elusive mountain hare in its white winter coat. Scotland’s more commonly known native species include the red squirrel, wildcat, mountain hare, pine martin, […]

Sable Island Sea Horses, Nova Scotia

I ventured to Sable Island in July 2017, to photograph the world famous wild horses with sea salt dreadlock manes and tails. There is also an abundance of wildlife on the island to observe, including the world’s largest grey seal colony, and rare seabirds like the Roseate Turn and Ipswich Sparrow. Situated about 300km from Halifax, Sable Island is known to maritime people as the ‘Graveyard of the Atlantic’, as over 300 shipwrecks rest here […]

Bransby Horses – Rescue & Welfare Charity

In June 2017 I has an amazing day as the volunteer photographer for Bransby Horses Charity at their Summer Fayre, in Lincolnshire. Bransby was founded in 1968 and is now one of the UK’s largest equine welfare charities and is currently caring for over 400 animals.    The Summer Fayre was organised to raise the much needed funds to care for, rehabilitate, and rehome horses, ponies and donkeys that have been rescued in the UK. […]

Bransby Ponies

Spain and the Horse of Kings

I travelled around Southern Spain including Seville, Cadiz, Cordoba and Jerez, on a grand tour of some of the finest studs, to photograph the ancient horse breed of Pure Raza Espanola (PRE) better known as Andalusian, and the Spanish Carthusian stallions. The Spanish Carthusian is not a direct breed but it is considered one of the purest strains of Spanish horse, kept in one of the oldest stud books on record. The Andalusian horse has […]

Andalusian stallion

Kitzbuhel, Austria

January has been a busy month, I travelled to Kitzbuhel in Austria to photograph the 15th Corum Snow Polo World Cup 2017, and also to visit the world famous Lipizzaner Stud,Stanglwirt at Wilder Kaiser. The Corum Snow Polo World Cup is prestigious and it is regarded as the largest polo tournament on snow, with 6 teams, 120 horses and 18 polo players from seven different nations, and lots of great sponsors like Perrier-Jouet Champagne!    […]

Coming up in 2017…

In January 2017 I will be travelling to Kitzbuhel in Austria to photograph the Snow Polo World Cup, and also to visit a traditional Lipizzaner Stud, to photograph the classically elegant Lipizzaner white horses at liberty in the snow! I also have lots of exciting projects coming up in 2017, including photographing the powerful black Friesian stallions in the Netherlands, the noble Andalusian stallions in Spain, and the famous Sable Island wild horses of the sea, off […]

UK Wolf Conservation Trust

I’ve been busy photographing Arctic, North American and European grey wolves at the UKWCT this month – check out my wolf gallery images! In recent years the wolf has sadly been in decline due to the destruction of its habitat and prey, and persecuted by humans. The UKWCT is a non-profit organisation supporting wolf conservation and welfare in the UK and around the world, including an excellent project in Ethiopia, working with the local community […]

Mongolia and China

I have just returned from Outer Mongolia and China, on a riding expedition on the trail of Genghis Khan and the Mongol Warhorse! Mongolia is a vast wilderness, famous for its nomadic habitants, horses and landscapes. The transition between the lush green Central Asia Steppes, Siberian forest and Gobi Desert is amazing, and where you will see reindeer and camel habitats all in the same country. Half of the population are nomadic herdsman and still […]


Aiges-Mortes (Dead Water) I visited Aiges-Mortes in the Camargue region of Southern France to capture the famous white Camargue horses in the salt marshes, and I witnessed the most amazing sunrises and sunsets I’ve ever seen, full of bright colours and deep purples. Photographing the semi-wild Camargue horses in the salt marshes and on the beach was challenging, and resulted in a very colourful collection ‘Water Horses of the Camargue‘.


Grand Tour of the Studs of Portugal Visiting the world famous studs in Portugal like the Alter Real, Coudelaria Vila Vicosa, Herdade do Pinheiro, uncovered the rare Sorraia breed of horse and the most amazing Lusitano stallions, which were traditionally bred for their strength and stamina in bull fighting. I also met Luis Valenca and visited his horses. Luis is the top Portuguese dressage rider, and also one of the founders of the great horse […]