I am a well known garden and flower photographer supplying magazine and book publishers worldwide. My Garden photography has been featured in the best publications, and I have been principle photographer on many book projects. My work is syndicated by GapPhotos and Garden Picture Library, the two top garden stock image specialists, and I was a category winner in the ‘International Garden Photographer of the Year 2010′. I work regularly for the Royal Horticultural Society and I also am documenting several gardens through the seasons for the National Trust. I am available for commission, and worked recently with Burgon and Ball and Agriframes, and in the past with Scotts…. a burgeoning commercial world has grown up around gardening, and there are many companies who need garden photography, perhaps done in a ‘lifestyle’ way to illustrate their catalogues. Garden photography is a diverse skill, and one must be able to see the ‘bigger picture’ alongside the closer-in views. I love macro (close-up) photography, and many of my plant portraits have been used in magazines and books worldwide. I am a keen allotment holder, and spend many hours shooting the progress of my own, and fellow gardeners’, allotments. In recent years, the garden industry has undergone a ‘boom’ time, and photography along with it. I am always on the lookout for interesting gardens to photograph (either as a feature or as a set of single images) and I regularly revisit my favourite gardens – Bristol University Botanic Gardens, Westonbirt Arboretum, The Courts, Lacock Abbey, The Abbey House Gardens to name a few.
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