“These are powerful images. They remind us that rural Wales has a stark and demanding beauty” Griff Rhys Jones
My love of photography began when I bought my first camera aged seventeen. I spent many carefree days riding around Pembrokeshire on my motorbike with my 35mm Canon and an ordnance survey map, learning to take photographs while exploring the coast and countryside. Due to my habit of colliding with obstacles the motorbike is now history, but my passion for photography is stronger than ever.
New Book – A Year in Pembrokeshire
Myself and writer & broadcaster Jamie Owen spent a glorious twelve months touring our native Pembrokeshire compiling a book of words and pictures which encapsulates the supreme beauty of this part of Britain
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Embarking on a new book is at once fused with excitement yet tinged with a little apprehension; those initial photographs being the first steps on what seems like an impossibly long journey. But as each image is seen and captured and the body of work balloons, I feel...