I have lived in this remarkable area for well over thirty years now and still find that every week something will catch my eye, whether the changing light, colours, patterns or some exciting natural display.
Most of that time I have lived in the small community of Doune, from where I have been lucky enough to be able to explore from the highest hills of Knoydart to the remotest corners of the islands.
During the summer I take people out to see these places and to enjoy everything this part of Scotland has to offer. Visit Doune-Knoydart for more details.

For me photography is not just about taking pictures, it's about understanding why the land is the way it is. The underlying geology, the history of land use, the meaning behind the names, how the animals behave, how the weather does what it does. This deeper understanding then determines how I make the image and alongside my feelings at the time, what the final result will be.

Although we possess some well known, iconic photo locations in this area, you will find few images of them on this site. There are now so many interpretations of these popular spots that any sort of originality is almost impossible. But we do have a vast selection of barely photographed places to choose from and I feel that I have barely scratched the surface so far.

All of the images on this site were made within a 25 mile radius of where I live. If anyone wants to know about any of the locations, or any of the local wildlife, please just contact me and I'll be happy to help.