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My interest in the Karakoram Mountains was originally sparked by a book entitled In the Throne Room of the Mountain Gods, which I discovered in our local library. I could see from the log at the front that it had only been on loan on two previous occasions and from that point on, I had it out on permanent loan....

Following its success of last year, we are running a Glencoe workshop in February. Based at the comfortable Holy Tree Hotel in Kentallen we have access to a wide variety of landscapes in Glencoe, Glen Etive and Glen Nevis and rarely, the opportunity to shoot at both dawn and dusk without it compromising mealtimes. Further information can be found on our website....

Two of a series of images I shot for British Airways to showcase people in their environment. The image of the Inuit, JoaveeAlivaktut was shot in Pangnirtung Fjord, Baffin Island and his clothing, made by his wife, is of caribou skin, which gives the very best insulation in extremely low temperatures – each hair on the skin is hollow and expands to trapbody heat....

Earlier this year I was approached by David Reid, Creative Director at the Lane Agency about developing a portfolio of images for Caledonian MacBrayne. The brief included both lifestyle photography with models in island locations and also photographs of some of their ferries amidst iconic landscapes. Based of the client’s wish list and my own knowledge of the Hebrides, we narrowed down our selection of...

am delighted to announce the publication of my latest book Scotland’s Finest Landscapes, which will be published on 20thNovember 2014. Covering a period of twenty-five years, the book features 200 panoramas of Scotland, including new work previously unpublished. Presented in a clam-shell box, the cloth-bound volume includes maps in each chapter detailing the exact location of each photograph. ...

I have just completed the last of four lifestyles shoots with Dog Digital for the government agency Talent Scotland. The shoot included locations in St. Andrews, Glasgow, Loch Lomond and Edinburgh, where models from Colours Agency a variety of roles. We were extremely fortunate in that throughout the four shoots we enjoyed perfect weather, which was reflected in the final photographs....

Many years ago, before the advent of digital photography, I annually submitted panoramic transparencies to the business-to-business calendar publisher Bemrosefor selection. They published a corporate version of my panoramic wall and desk calendars, which were subsequently overprinted and branded, with the logos of individual companies. ...