Taking portraits is my favourite thing to capture, especially when we get to go and surround ourselves with plants at the same time. Shot on location at Edinburgh Botanical Gardens.


Always a delight to work with Araminta Campbell, her work is do beautifully crafted and carries the heritage of Scottish textiles so well. Her work clears shows her inspiration of nature.

Good Grit

Had the honour of shooting the cover shot for November/ Decembers issue of Good Grit Magazine. An American magazine focusing on the ‘Character of the South’, whilst showcasing things further a field. Guest editing for this months edition was Annie F. Downs, the covers subject, an author writer and speaker.

New Zealand

Went exploring around New Zealand for November, a country that I can only describe as Jurassic. Deep beauty in both people and land, a country with such has such rich colours everywhere you look.

Social Bite

Social Bite is on a Mission to Build a Collaborative Movement to End Homelessness in Scotland. They do this work through many avenue, one of them is running Social Enterprise Cafés throughout Scotland as well as a Restaurant Vesta.

The Fishmongers

RAW popup is a new innovative pop-up restaurant, seeing to connect fork and farm. Knowing where their food is sourced and how is the very essence of RAW. Fish mongering is one of the skills that they do in-house, learning from the experience of others who have decades of experience in the industry.

New Scots

This project involves working in conjunction with The Welcoming, looking at the identity of refugees and immigrants who now call Scotland home and it questions what a different life and identity means to these New Scots.

This project is currently on exhibited in the Scottish Parliament and will be on tour around Scotland at various locations thoughout the year. 


Working in Italy this last week, teaching photography. We were all over Tuscany in small little hamlets to the bigger cities. Here are a few still from my time there.

ARAN Barkery

Situated in the historic Dunkeld, this beautifully formed bakery is easily found. Not only by the streams of locals popping in and out but by the scent of fresh bread flowing down the high street. 

Isle of Colonsay

Situated in the Inner Hebrides, off the west coast of Scotland. This island boasts a diverse landscape and unique community with only 135 inhabitants dwelling on the island. Lying south of Colonsay is the Isle of Oronsay. During low tide, it can be assessed by foot, it homes a priory dating back the 14th century.