A strictly limited edition book containing the complete set of images from my Ephemeral Pools series. Each book is printed to order and will include the purchasers name. A free 19cm square print of any image from the series will be printed on Fotospeed NST Bright White paper (315gsm) and included with the book. Browse all of the images and read more about the series here.
"This series shows a personal view of the landscape which is changing rapidly. Very transient, not only due to the nature of the subject matter but also how I have used it to view the forest within which these images are made. Sometimes the views are so fleeting that they are only present in a single frame and I may not have even registered them fully at the time of capture. It is the unpredictability, fleeting existence and lack of permanence that has attracted me to this place, which I see as a metaphor for the fast paced world in which many of us now live."
Published by Kozu Books as volume 8 in their "Landscape Editions" series of books.
"While some people may think that most of their local landscapes have been discovered and photographed ad-nauseam, I have sought out the landscapes of my imagination. However, these are not Photoshop creations but real places. Illuminating the dark spaces beneath rocks and trees by viewing them in negative I have unearthed a landscape previously unknown to me."
This book contains 100 selected images from my long running Travels in a Strange Land : Dark Spaces series along with a foreword from fellow Welsh photographer Rob Hudson. This book has been litho printed by Wells Printing in Bath to a very high standard to give top quality images and the most consistent print quality possible. Read the foreword and introduction.
This series documents the remaining trees on Carnau Gwynion in Ystradfellte. Primarily of the hawthorn family, many of these trees now cling to life by a thread soon to die from old age and storm damage. Continual grazing ensures that very few new trees will grow, and those that do will have a tortured existence clinging to the limestone pavement while new growth is continually nibbled away by sheep and rabbits. Read more and see all the series images here.
Captured over 6 years from 2008 to 2014, this series of abstract ICM (intentional camera movement) images taken from various Gower beaches is both a journey around the Gower peninsular and a journey in my own photographic style over the years. Each image is presented twice in different formats over a double page spread. See here for all the original series images and read more about the book here.
A journey into the seemingly monotonous, lifeless world of a forestry plantation in the Brecon Beacons. Read more about this series and view the complete set of images here, where you can also order individual prints from the series.