June 2, 2018



The whole GDPR thing made me think I should really be more proactive with my mail list so will be sending a email once a month (I don't want bombard you and I rarely have the time to do any more then t...

December 27, 2017

Wildlife Highlights of 2017

Firstly I have to apologise for not keeping up with the blogs the mind is willing but don’t seem to get round to it! 2017 has been a mixed year for me traveling all over the UK from Cornwall to Shetland as well as plenty of local stuff. Its b...

February 8, 2017

 Logo from Firecrest Studios

Wildlife photography has never been more popular with the advent of digital cameras its now more affordable and accessible to us all. Smart phones have high quality cameras built in and compact and bridge cameras are great value for money. W...

February 4, 2017

 Urban Parakeets of London

Ring necked parakeets were introduced to London in the 1950's probably from escaped pets though other colourful stories include being released from the set of the African Queen film and Jimi Hendrix letting a pair go. 

They have adapted to city...

December 31, 2016

I've been a bit slow on the blog front and partly because of my first book the last thing I've been wanting to do is more writing! I will however try to do more blogs in the new year (new year new me!) Its been a mixed year with two appearances on Countryfile, lots of...

December 24, 2016

Slavonian Grebe

I don't consider myself a twitcher or birder really (their is a difference!) more of a general naturalist leaning towards the more scaley and slippery stuff. This being said I'm a sucker for a unusual bird, now not just any bird but something I deem inte...

December 5, 2016

Well I'm excited to announce that my first book is now on sale and available to the masses! Its been a great experience writing the book over the past year about a subject that I'm particularly passionate about. Its not your typical I.D guide as it has large stunning (...

September 28, 2016

Chasing Dragons

For as long as I can remember I’ve always had an interest in the natural world and photography was my way of documenting it. Since childhood I owned pet reptiles like leopard geckos and bearded dragons but soon wanted to go after the British Herptiles (t...

July 10, 2016

Rockpools are an often-overlooked subject for the natural history photographer but provide great opportunities both below and above water. Although there are great rockpooling opportunities abroad the focus of this piece will be on the British Isles.

Cornish Clingfish u...

March 28, 2016




There has been a massive rise in small action cams over the last ten years, with GoPro arguably dominating the market, but are the other cameras worth looking at and can they be used for wildlife filming? Today, I'm testing out the iON Airpro 3.


 I went for fai...

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