I have a love for both, taking photographs and the beautiful Dartmoor landscape. They have been brought together in the making of this website so others can view the beauty of Dartmoor and enjoy it as much as I do.
All pictures are available to purchase. Please see the Pricing Page for details.
Dartmoor National Park has 365 square miles of beautiful, rugged moorland. Its huge granite tors and meandering streams are ideal subjects for landscape photographers. The best times are usually at sunrise and sunset, although, before or after a storm can bring wonderful cloud formations as well. The weather can change really quickly which sometimes provides unbelievable light and colours.
Strewn across the moors are many ancient remains, from burial cairns and stone circles to granite apple crushers and mill stones. These provide us with clues about the lives of people that have lived on Dartmoor over the centuries. They also make a really good photographic subject.
I will be holding my first solo exhibition at Country Lanes Garden Centre between 24th March and 21st April. Why not drop in and have a cup of tea, slice of cake and admire my work.
After the recent snowfall, I braved the cold and went for a walk to Simmons Park, Okehampton. This chalet set against the trees created a beautiful wintery wonderland.
Despite the biting wind and cold, I went for a long walk in the snow to East Hill, overlooking Okehampton. This lone tree was captured just before Dartmoor ponies came to shelter under it.
This is the back of Nuns Cross Farm. It took a while to find it but I’m glad I did. The sunset was stunning!
A selection of my work is now on display in the newly refurbished restaurant at the Bearslake Inn, Sourton. Why not treat yourself and the family to a meal, the friendly staff will make you feel very welcome. You can admire my pictures whilst you eat and even buy one if you fall in love with it.