Entirely self-taught photographer, I've been developing my landscape photography for several years now.
Part of the appeal of landscape photography is the challenge that it poses. Nature is full of complexity and contrast. Harnessing this, trying to break its forms down into a 2D rectangle, whilst recreating your 3 dimensional 7 sense-driven experience of the landscape, is a really satisfying creative process.
Nature is also a masterful artist creating a wonderous universe of forms to be found; the wind tortured tree, tessellating mosaics of salt pans, sinew like folds in ancient heat tortured rock, painterly colour in a passing storm front.
My photography has taken me all around the world, from the Colorado Plateau, toColombia Gorge, the Olympic Peninsula and more recently the Cornish coast and Scottish Isles.
Having spent the last few years travelling the world's largest sandstone playground, American Southwest I’m focussing time exploring my own backyard, most notably, the Jurassic and Cornish coastlines.
I'm also working on a series of photographic location guides to some of my favoured landscape photography locations.
You are not your camera, but for those who are interested in the innards of my kit bag I hump the following wherever I go;
- Canon 5d Mk II
- Canon 16 - 35 mm f2.8 US
- Canon 70 - 200 f 2.8L IS USM
- Manfrotto 055X PRO3 tripod
- Manfrotto 804RC2 head
- Assorted LEE filters
Get in touch
Paul is available for commissions, personal or coporate. Alternatively, if it’s information on purchasing prints, or just a chat, please feel free to get intouch.