Photography has been a passion of mine for longer than I care to remember, learning by reading various photography magazines, practising the techniques that caught my eye and plain simple experimentation. Since the dawn of the digital age I have become more serious in regard of the images I produce. I am lucky to be based in Cornwall, England a county bounded by around 300 miles of coastline. As a result, it is a county inexorably connected with the sea; from fishing and trading to smuggling and wrecking. It is also a county rich in industrial and archaeological heritage, an ancient land formed of ancient rocks, shaped by the elements and with its own very distinctive history, myths and folklore. It is this uniqueness that has inspired me to photograph the county, in the hope of capturing its essence. But whilst I adore Cornwall, I also love to photograph any landscape and Britain certainly has a wide variety of these thanks to the varied geology and Mother Nature’s involvement. By highlighting the beauty of our homelands I hope to make people aware of this beauty and work to protect it as best I can.