Professional Photographer Magazine kindly asked to interview me for the July Issue of their magazine.
Pleased to announce one of our images have once again won an award in the Epson Panoramic Awards.
We have entered a few times over the years and have been lucky enough to come away each time with some success which we are very pleased to receive.
This year we received a Bronze Award for the image titled “The Mud Horse Fisherman”.
The image shows Adrian Sellick one of the last mud horse fishermen on the banks of the Bristol Channel spitting distance from EDF Energy Hinkley Point Nuclear Power Station.
I’m pleased to announced one of my images has received an Honorable Mention In IPA Awards.
The awards which are in their 10th Anniversary Year received over 10,000 entries and judged by over 80 international photography professionals.
The image which was entered into the Advertising self promotion category is Untitled is one of my Life In A Somerset Landscape series.
The image features a Fox in a spring dawn at Burrow Mump at Burrowbridge on the Somerset Levels.
I’m happy to say I have won another Epson International Panoramic Award. I have entered these awards a few times now and always been fortunate to come away with a Bronze or Silver.This year I entered one image into the Nature section which was from my recent series “Life In A Somerset Landscape” and received Bronze.
A year or so ago I was asked to gave a talk about my work to the Royal Photographic Society’s digital group “MidDig” in Birmingham.
The invite came about via videos & workshops I had produced for my Digital Photography Training site ProPhotoInsights.net
Following my presentation I was approached to be interviewed in the Royal Photographic Society’s “Digit Magazine” which is featured here.
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