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October 30, 2019

I am very excited to announce my new film - Pearls! 

Pearls tells the story of one of the UK's fastest declining butterflies, the Pearl bordered fritillary.

High up on Warton Crag, overlooking Morecambe Bay, is home to one of the last strongholds of this fragile species...

February 4, 2019

It gives me great pleasure to announce that my new film, Salford Wetland, is officially ONLINE! 

Over one year in the making and my longest wildlife film to date (9 minutes 11 seconds!), the film explores a recently developed stretch of land in Salford, one mile from Ma...

February 1, 2019

I've been lucky enough to spend a couple of days screening my new film Salford Wetland at two very different events. On 30th Jan Manchester hosted their annual Natural Capital Conference, and I was lucky enough to be given a lunchtime spot where I screened the film and...

August 22, 2018

Wow it has been a long time since my last blog post - sorry about that! But in my defence, it's because I've been quite busy working on my new film. 

Back in 2015 work began on a new flood basin in Salford to help protect the city from flooding. However,...

October 6, 2017

Birds of Peel Park has been Officially Selected at the SunChild International Environmental Film Festival. Based in the South Caucasus region of Armenia, the festival aims to raise awareness of nature, wildlife and the natural environment through organising film screen...

September 20, 2017

Possibly the most anticlimactic name of any butterfly has to belong to the Common blue. Going up against the likes of the Holly blue, or the Adonis blue, the Common blue has long drawn the short straw, but this is also one of the things that makes it so special. For st...

July 24, 2017

Ever since discovering the Pearl bordered fritillaries at Warton Crag earlier this year I’ve become a little bit obsessed with this big lump of limestone overlooking Morecambe Bay. Sitting at the southern edge of the Lake District and bordering the RSPB’s Leighton Moss...

July 5, 2017

The impact of litter on local wildlife is something that demands our undivided attention. I think all of us are becoming more familiar with the reality of our plastic oceans (we now even have a word for when plastic melts into sediment - plastiglomerates), and with the...

June 26, 2017

I had been getting restless for a while. I knew the butterfly season was about to open but other than the holly blue and orange tip, it would have been hard to find any of the other species around Salford or Manchester.

Out of curiosity I did a search for the Pearl bord...

May 12, 2017

As a photographer I have been fascinated (obsessed?) by butterflies for years. So delicate and yet so robust, they are brilliant indicators of habitat quality and our changing climate, although they are sadly also in steep decline. 

One of my personal ambition...

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