Good to see my images of jellyfish being used in the Telegraph (12 August 2017) and Guardian (3 October 2017) via Alamy.
Wednesday, 25 October 2017
The Eastern Isles are a group of small uninhabited islands within the Isles of Scilly. This summer I headed to the islands to go snorkelling with grey seals. The Eastern Isles hold one of the largest seal colonies in South West England. These seals are used to humans interacting with them in the water and are often very playful and curious. The seals around the Eastern Isles along with a small handful of other colonies in the UK (such as around Lundy Island, the Farne Islands and Skomer Island) are the only colonies in which such interactions with divers and snorkellers are a common occurrence. Very stormy weather has prevented me making the journey across on the Scillonian from Penzance earlier in the year. Anyone who has been on the boat previously will know this boat isn't much fun in a storm!
Finally, the bad weather settled and I was able to make the journey to the islands from the mainland. The experience was excellent and would really recommend visiting the islands. Unfortunately, visibility wasn't as good as it can be but nevertheless some of the seals ventured very close, allowing me to get some descent shots. In addition to the grey seals, lots of blue jellyfish were also present.
Thursday, 15 September 2016
Tuesday, 9 February 2016
One of images of a loggerhead turtle taken in Belize was recently featured on the front cover of National Geographic Kids.
Tuesday, 1 September 2015
Monday, 10 August 2015
Pleased to see my split level image below which was taken at the stunning Kynance Cove, Cornwall used in an interesting article about global increases in jellyfish in our seas. Check it out at: