I make photographs.
Sometimes people like my photographs and that makes me happy
Sometimes people pay me for my photographs and that makes me VERY happy
Sometimes people use my photographs without permission and that makes me sad
Sometimes companies have used my photographs to make them money without my permission and that makes me VERY mad
I make photographs of people - happy people, sad people, posh people, normal people, dressed up people and nekkid people
I make photographs of animals - most of them are nekkid too!
I make photographs of pretty places
I make photographs of pretty things
I also make photographs of machines for companies so the banks will lend them money
Sometimes I make photographs of broken machines for insurance companies
Sometimes I make photographs of broken people for lawyers
I like making photographs
If you like my photographs, feel free to let me know
If you don't like my photographs ~ "shoulda gone to Specsavers"
If you want me to make photographs with you, feel free to contact me
If you want to pay me to make photographs for you, PLEASE contact me
Full-time professional photographer.
I rarely book models for paid work nowadays unless a client requests models. However, I only consider models I already know and trust for my workshops, so if you are interested in modelling for one of my workshops I would be happy to discuss testing.
I will consider a limited amount of TFCD but only if I have the time and it will benefit both.
I frequently give talks and workshops to clubs and societies and organise several wildlife photography safaris each year in Scotland and Kenya. If you are interested in an African safari, I regularly take other photographers on safari and run a live blog "from the field" to raise funds for the charity Save The Elephants. The blog can be found at: http://kenyasafari2011.blogspot.com/
In March, my 2013 "Nudes in the Landscape" workshop took place among the spectacular scenery of the Sottish Highlands. The models for this workshop were the inimitable and utterly amazing Madame Bink MM #357794 and the pint-sized perfection that is Rachelle Summers MM #2632619. If you want to see how it went, take a look at http://www.photoclassic.co.uk/workshopblog.html