"12 significant pictures in any one year is a good crop"
As I look back over the year, it's hard to know whether it's been a good year or not. It's been a challenge, with some images coming easily, others requiring lots of effort and plenty of images that will never see the light of day.
As always, I've tried new things along the way and have bolstered my portfolio with a few more images that I'm really proud of. I've also enjoyed some success in competitions this year, winning a round in Amateur Photographer of the Year and finishing 8th overall, as well as having an image commended in the British Wildlife Photographer of the Year awards.
I've put a small roundup of images from the year into the following video.
2020 is shaping up to be a very interesting year. A week of photography in Scotland in March, with a new member of the family due in April, should keep me on my toes for the first half of the year.
With the Wedding and Family Photography business starting to grow, with a number of Weddings already booked in, it looks like the landscape work will take a bit of a back seat in 2020. As such, I'm having to re-adjust where I spend my time and energy, especially when it comes to Social Media. Therefore, this website and blog will be my main focus for my landscape and nature work in 2020. If you'd like to keep up with everything that I'm doing, then please feel free to sign up to my newsletter using the form below.
Thanks for all of the support in 2019, and I hope you'll stick with me through 2020 :)