I have been featured in numerous publications and a selection of these can be seen below.
Jonny and Emily's wedding has had a lot of coverage on the web and also in three national newspapers. It's all because of a photobombing Vulcan 'bomber'! So far I have seen their photos in The Times, Daily Mail and Daily Star. I must say thanks to the registrar who tapped me on the shoulder, I was looking in the other direction waiting for the bridesmaids to walk up the aisle.
One of my images from a Kasabian gig has been featured in Off Duty, the weekend supplement of The Wall Street Journal, they featuring a story on iconic music venues and O2 Brixton Academy, London.
I’ve just had my first article published in Life Magazine, How to Choose a Wedding Photographer.
A photo of the Pinnacle Rock on Curbar Edge in the Peak District was used for the front cover of the Derbyshire Gold Magazine. I was commissioned by Moose Design which is a graphic design company, Moose Design is based in Dronfield, Derbyshire. You can see the image on my blog here.
After my recent ‘Friends of the Peak District' & 'CPRE South Yorkshire' photographic competition wins, both of the images have once again been in the local press . My 'Trash the Dress' image, Curbar Bride was in the Derbyshire Life's November edition which is a popular lifestyle magazine. An article was also written in The Rotherham News about my other competition win –- 'Severance' which was taken in a wheat field in Slade Hooton, Rotherham. So far I have had articles about my awards in The Sheffield Telegraph, Sheffield Star, Rotherham Advertiser, Rotherham News, Derbyshire Life, Derbyshire Times and The Peakland Guardian. As a result of all this publicity, I have seen a big increase in traffic to my website and blog, and have secured both Wedding photography bookings and also landscape photography sales. This has been a real boost to my photography business and hopefully 2010 will be another successful year!
One of my photographs has been published in a high end lifestyle magazine ‘Life Magazine’ (Newcastle/Teesside edition). The photo used is one of Dunstanburgh Castle which is in Northumberland, England. Dunstanburgh Castle lies on a spectacular headland on the coast of Northumberland in northern England, between the villages of Craster and Embleton. I just love the Northumbrian coastline with it’s beautiful beaches and it’s many castles. Dunstanburgh Castle is my favourite though and probably my most photographed too.
A photo of two mountain bikers on Stanage Edge in the Peak District was used for the front cover of the Derbyshire Gold Magazine. I was commissioned by Moose Design which is a graphic design company, Moose Design is based in Dronfield, Derbyshire. You can see the image on my blog here.
Two of my images Fading Light & Bamburgh Dawn are in a new book called 'The Essential Guide To Landscape Photography'.
Another image from my Northumberland portfolio was in Digital SLR Photography's November 2008 issue. Bamburgh Dawn is in the supplement to the magazine - Landscapes, Volume 2.
My image of the Q-Park car park in Sheffield has been used for the front cover of the May edition of the Everything South Yorkshire magazine. Everything South Yorkshire is South Yorkshire's only monthly tabloid lifestyle publication.
Some of my wedding photographs have been published in the Mosaic Bridal Magazine (Winter 2010 edition). The magazine is published in South and West Yorkshire and the Pennine villages. Mosaic Brides covers every topic to do with weddings from choosing the ring to booking the honeymoon. You can view the magazine online here.
One of my images was Highly commended by the judges and awarded a place both in the awards book and as an exhibition print at London's National Theatre. It was also the 'Judge's choice' image of John Langley, the Manager of the National Theatre. The exhibition ran from 18th November 2008 until the 17th January 2009.The image in the exhibition and book was 'Spurn Point Light House' situated on the north bank of the entrance to the River Humber, Yorkshire - England.
I was delighted when I found out that my work had been featured not once but four times in this September's edition 2008 of Photography Monthly. I was also thrilled to find one of my favourite local shots, Firbeck Sunrise was on the front cover! The other images in this issue were 'Padley Colours', 'Bamburgh Sunrise' and 'Fading Light'.
My image Fading Light is in July's 2008 issue of Digital SLR Photography magazine. The editor Daniel Lezano contacted me and asked if he could use my image for the new Landscape supplement, which I gladly agreed.