Digital Asset Management or D.A.M. is a set of practices to help you keep on top you your properties photos, keep them organised and optimise them for various outputs. Such as websites, OTA’s and press requests. This will usually require some form of management software. there are many avaiable, but in thins article I’m going […]
Beautifully refurbished luxury townhouse Looking over the downs in Bristol. Bold paint choices, contemporary furnishings and an eclectic collection of art all put together creating a unique experience.
Quite a treat to spend time on this privately owned game reserve. The Staff’s passion for their job’s was apparent in their willingness to assist, quickness to learn and pre-empt what was needed on this shoot. A big thank you to all of them.
Smartphone cameras are actually pretty good these days. With a few tips and tricks I’m going to share you can improve the impromptu or missing shots quite effectively. 1. I’ll start with the most important of all – Clean your lens! Were touching our phones all the time and finger grease gets on the lens […]
Images sway a conversion rate by up to 50% in hotels. The quickest and easiest win in marketing is to have clean and consistent photographic assets across all channels Why is photography important? We buy with our eyes. Wether it is through a TV commercial, a glossy magazine or even through virtual reality experiences your […]
My third visit to this Island, I’ve done all their hotel, Food and destination photography. I’ve, in partnership with Umi Digital designed and built their website and also manage the instagram account.
A recently finished lodge in Arusha, this is a great addition to the other two Wildlife Explorer tented safari camps. The modern chalets have three rooms with a semicircular entrance and views over landscaped gardens, shaded by mature yellow barked acacia trees. The interiors are modern, combining metal lamp shades, exposed wooden ceilings and artful […]
An outstanding family run beach-front villa, close to where Charles Dance and Greta Scacchi eloped in the film White Mischief. Stunning ocean and infinity pool views as you enter the front of the villa. The rooms, styled beautifully in a mixture of the colonial and the contemporary, appealed especially to my botanical past offering an […]
A beautifully remote beach retreat 40 minuets north of Malindi. The last 3km is on sand, surrounded by giant dunes and enclosed by palm and pine trees. Extraordinary to the eye and yet difficult to photograph, Che Shale sand constitutes about 15% iron pyrites or “Fools Gold” making the beach sparkle and the water seemingly […]
A beautiful privately owned island in the isles of Scilly. It’s an unusual place and difficult to describe. There are 96 luxury holiday cottages, three Restaurants, two hotels and a pub all run by the estate. Tresco is famous for the Abbey gardens which, due to their location within the jet stream, are sub-tropical. The […]
Ultra stylish independent boutique hotel. Comprised of four Bath stone terraced houses, combining original features with modern furnishings, this is an ideal spot for a plush city break. Very central, just off the famous Bath crescent, it’s the perfect place from which to enjoy the architecture, restaurants and shopping that Bath has to offer. I […]
A small 8 bedroomed bed and breakfast in the heart of Brokenhurst in the New Forest. The forest is a national park and ideal for walking breaks. The colonial theme running through the decor comes from B&B owner Cheryl, who spent her childhood in Africa. The breakfasts were homely, cooked on the Aga. Their home […]
Charming family-run Bed and Breakfast that couldn’t be more centrally located in Bath. As a starting point they asked me to show off their Breakfast menu. Everything was superb. The Croque Monsieur with poached egg was exceptional. Shot wise I was very happy with the waffles! I’m looking forward to returning soon to photograph the […]
A charming holiday cottage on an active dairy farm, secluded in the Purbeck hills. Less than two miles from the beach and the same distance to Corfe Castle, it’s perfectly positioned for exploring all the highlights of the local area and Jurassic Coast. The Dyer family run the cottage and the farm. The feeling around […]
A bold 17th century mock castle built by the Weld family on the Lulworth Estate. After a fire in 1929 the interior was destroyed. The outside remained unaffected but after the fire the castle was neglected for some time. In the ’70s a new roof was built, but they didn’t replace any damaged interior walls […]
This unusual shoot was in a secret location in the southern Serengeti. A stunning tented camp, a little differently styled to the usual colonial camps. Bright farbrics and custom made furnishings make Wildlife Explorers stand apart from other luxury safari providers. Their main ethos is to enhance the theatre of the bush. Everything about the […]
An unusual interiors photoshoot. My good friend and artist Toby Wiggins wanted a memory of his studio at Dunshay Manor after the Landmark Trust took over the property and he was asked to leave. A beautiful North facing artist’s studio, it was originally built for the artist George Spencer Watson. Later it was taken over […]
Kitty Fisher’s is named after an infamous British courtesan who, though she died young, managed to cultivate her image to become a kind of 18th century It Girl. The establishment maintains an ideal of intimate, exclusive dining, fine wines, cocktails and private events. It is an acclaimed restaurant in Shepherds Market, Mayfair, where courtesans used […]