The intimate nature of a Gunnera leaf

Black and White Photo Study

Here are a few black and white photos I took last weekend. What do you think? Black and white photos … More

Astrantia peering over a log

7 More Ways to Change How You Take Photos: Part 3

With Part 1 and Part 2 out the way, this is my final post on how to change the way … More

Saint Cuthbert's Way Ultra Trophy

Design: Saint Cuthbert’s Way Ultra Trophy

We were asked to make a trophy base for the Saint Cuthbert’s Way Ultramarathon Race by the organisers of the … More

Grass heads in front of a rose

Seaton Park, Aberdeen – As Beautiful as Ever

Despite there being lots of works on at the moment to improve the park, which at first glance may seem … More

Iris with Azalea in the background

9 More Ways to Change how you Photograph: Part 2

On saturday I mentioned my first 9 tips on how to change the way you take photographs. Here are my … More

White-edged leaf hosta in black and white

9 Ways to Help Change How You Photograph: Part 1

As I mentioned previously some friends and I recently went on an evening after work taking photos. I thought I would … More


A Unique Craft Business – Medals and Trophies

So, in case you don’t already know, I, well technically we(!), have a little craft business on the side (one … More


Why do you Blog? Blogerative.

In the last few months I have written more than I ever have in my life. I’m writing a Master’s … More


Playing with fire..

Well, playing with smoke to be precise. I made these really fun images a while ago after seeing the technique in a photography magazine. What annoys me is I can’t remember how I did them.


X-ray cat graphic

My first x-ray vector art image of our cat, Suri.