I am an Upper Hutt based recreational photographer. My primary focus is on Nature & Bird photography but as you will see from my blog posts, I will give almost anything a go.

This site is the home of my photo blog – which I’ve been posting to since April 2010, and the hub of all my photographic activities.  It has gone through a few design changes over the years and with each change I like to think I am showing a bit more of my creativity.

Stop a while, subscribe to the blog, read the posts, browse the collections and let me know what you think!

NEW - Framed Prints

I have partnered with Edges Art + Framing to give you the opportunity to order framed prints direct from this site.  You choose your frame, you are in control.

I will be adding more images to over the next few months, so check back often.  Or alternatively if there is a specific image you would like then contact me and I will add it for you.

Prints Available

If you see an image on this site that you would like as a print, let me know and I will add it to the shop page, allowing you to purchase the print alone or a framed print with your own frame selection, delivered to your door.



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Latest Blog Posts:

Through the window

I recently did a bird photography presentation at the Thames Camera Club, and one of the things I shared with the club was the fact that you don’t have to go far to find birds to photograph.  In fact you don’t even have to leave your house! In the last week I have been unable […]

Loving the Spring Weather

I have been doing a bit of traveling around  with a fellow photog in the last week, and we found ourselves using our cameras in all sorts of different places.  One place we stopped at was full of Spring flowers and while there were some birds about, it was the blossoms and the bees that […]

Last full day with the Leucistic Fantail

We have met some lovely people while sitting photographing the white fantail.  Many of them locals who had no idea it was even there.  Today a Girl Guide Leader from Hawera asked us why everyone was heading to the river with big cameras. She was extremely surprised when we told her and it wasn’t long […]