Landscape photography has its source in the rhythms and cycles inherent in nature. Perhaps inevitably the photographs address the human impact on the natural world and its cycles. Each series of photographs highlight the importance of conservation, heritage, and local history. The photographs focus on the beauty of both our natural and patrimonial heritage.

These are long-term projects during which I capture the four seasons in a selected region. I have sought to equip local communities with the tools to promote and enhance their towns, making them better places to live, work and relax. The images present the countryside as a vital space for recreation, reflection and as a home for nature, preserved for current and future generations.

I returned time and again throughout the seasons to these places, keeping in mind my forebears’ phrase “The hours shall be passed toiling in the field”.


Location: Alentejo, Portugal A spring journey through Alentejo: early mornings, colorful days and blue skies. The intention of this project is to confirm a strong local identity based on the…

Bambui, Cameroon

Location: Bambui, Cameroon, Africa As my ancestors used to say: “Time should wait in the field” This project was realized while I worked for Reignite [NGO], based in Bambui, Cameroon….

Severn River Estuary

Location: Severn River Estuary, Thornbury, UK ​ The bridges across the Severn Estuary occupy a beautiful and serene place. The light playing around the old bridge and the constant activity…

Winchester Seasons

Location: Winchester, England, UK ​ The intention of this project is to give tools for local communities to promote and enhance their towns making them better places to live, work…

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