Photography Training

Have you just bought a new camera, or maybe you’re considering asking Santa for one for Christmas ?   The array of buttons and dials can be confusing as well as terms such as “aperture priority”, “ISO” and “depth of field” to name but a few.  If this is stopping you from getting the best out of your camera then a one to one training session with me might be just what you need.  I can start with the basics and get you up to a point that you can go out and enjoy shooting with your camera in just a few hours.  I can also offer more advanced training shooting specific styles of photography.  A basic photoshop course is available too and this will enable you to get the very best out of your photographs.

Courses available

  1. Beginners crash course in photography – the basic course for novice users.
  2. From auto to manual – get the best out of your camera.
  3. Speedlights – taking the flash off your camera for better results.
  4. Studio lighting for beginners – how to setup and use studio lighting.
  5. Photoshop basics – get the best from your images

All courses last 2 hours and are priced from £60. If there is a course not listed then please ask.

Please contact me to book and for terms and conditions.

Limited Edition Prints For Sale

All prints are limited to a run of 10. Once 10 have been sold then the image will no longer be available for sale.

All prints are printed using Epson Claria inks on 280g satin pearl premium paper, mounted on a bevel cut mat and then framed.

A choice of frames are available.

All prints are just £30.  If you have any special framing requirements please contact me to discuss before purchasing.

Please use the Contact form at the top of the website to contact me to purchase a print.

Print Number 15 – Woodhorn Poppies – Number left = 6 


Taken during the Weeping Window exhibition at Woodhorn Museum in Ashinton.

The installation was originally at HM Tower of London from August to November 2014 where 888,246 hand-made ceramic poppies were displayed – one to honour every death in the British and Colonial forces of the First World War.

The sculpture is one of two groups of poppies fashioned from the Tower of London’s massive installation called Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red which are touring the country.

Print Number 7 – The Angel of the North – Number left = 3


The iconic Angel of the North. Image was shot close to sunset and features some visitors in the image to give a sense of scale.

Since spreading its wings in February 1998 Antony Gormley’s The Angel of the North has become one of the most talked about pieces of public art ever produced.

Rising 20 meters from the earth near the A1 in Gateshead, the Angel dominates the skyline, dwarfing all those who come to see it.  Made from 200 tonnes of steel, it has a wingspan of 54 metres.

Print Number 2 – Blyth Beach Huts – Number Left = 3


Blyth beach huts, located at South Beach in Blyth. These huts can be rented by the public on a daily basis for the ultimate seaside day out.