Seven volumes of my work are currently available directly from Blurb books as a hardback with a cover, as an eBook from Blurb and as an iBook from Apple iTunes. They can be downloaded and viewed on an iPads and other mobile devices. To preview each book, click on the 'View Fullscreen' icon on the bottom right of each menu bar. To purchase a Blurb book please click on the shoping cart icon.

Scenes from Western Bhutan

Beautiful pictures of the wonders of Western Bhutan, both man-made and natural, coupled with a history and overview of Bhutan


Scenes from Peru

A photographic trip through Southern Peru taking in the legacy of the Incas.




Scenes from the Simiens

A photographic record of a trip through the wondrous Simien Mountains in the Highlands of Ethiopia.

Scenes from The Holy Land

The observations of an accidental pilgrim.

Mount Tabor
The Dead Sea

Scenes from Northern Chile

A photographic record of the volcanoes, salt flats, geysers and people of the Atacama through to the glaciers, lakes, and granite towers of the Cordillera del Paine and Mount FitzRoy in Patagonia at the end of the world; truly a land of fire and ice. 162 pages.

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Scenes from Nagaland

An intimate photographic  record of life in villages of the Konyak people in Nagaland, North East India in 2009. We were allowed to view village life, including the ceremony and feast as the roof of the village long house was replaced (a once in every 10 year cycle). The King of one village proudly showed us the skulls of those whose heads the warriors of his village had taken not so long ago. The old men, with their face tattoos formerly a sign they had taken heads) explained what life was like. Their society, under pressure from both population increase and education of its young outside the confines of the village, is in the process of transition as the old ways of generations past vanishes for ever.

Old Cairo and Giza

A photographic record of the people living in the heart of Old Cairo amongst the their mosques, madrasas, minarets and markets straight out of the novels of Naquib Mahfouz together with a brief history of the glorious buildings and of the founding of Cairo. A society in retreat as the pressure to 'clean up and modernise' increases. On the outskirts of this huge city lies Giza with the astonishing legacy of the Pharaohs.

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Scenes from New Zealand

A collection of highly atmospheric mono pictures of some of the deservedly iconic sights of both the North and South Island of New Zealand.

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Scenes from Mongolia

A brief history and description of Mongolia past and present with pictures of the nomadic herders who eke out a life wholly dependent upon on their livestock in a pattern of life unchanged for thousands of years.

Pictures too of countryside from the mountains to the deserts and the monasteries and, finally, scenes from the great Naadam Festival in Ulaanbaatar, 2009.

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Scenes from Ethiopia

A collection of photographs of the people, scenery, animals and birds of central and northern Ethiopia. Trekking through the Simien Mountains and capturing the scenic wonders and the hardy people who live there as well as the stunning wildlife. Ethiopia is a photographers heaven. Including the sites of Lalibela (home to the astonishing and unique rock hewn churches), Axum, Gondar, and Lake Tana both the source of the Blue Nile and home to the painted churches.

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Scenes from Saville and Cordoba

Seville: Once the largest cathedral in the world, the Catedral de Santa Maria de las Sede incorporates a minaret built in 1184. The famous Feria de abril de Sevilla, the Royal Palace and its sumptuous gardens. Then to Cordoba once the greatest and most sophisticated city in the world and from where the Renaissance sprang. The astonishing El Mezquita; half mosque and half cathedral. The Patio Garden Competition shows what can be done in a tiny space. The formal gardens of the Alcazar de los Reyes Cristianos show what can be done in a vast space.

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Scenes from Burma

On the edge of change, Burma is escaping from the past into an uncertain future., A brief historical introduction to a country which is just emerging into the light after years of isolation but principally a photographic record of the sights and sites and, of course, the very engaging people.


Scenes from Ladakh "The Land of High Passes"

A hiking trip along the valleys of the Indus River basin in Ladakh with photos of the monasteries, the people and, of course, the stunning mountain landscape. The visit coincided with that his Holiness the Dalai Lama. Brief histories of Ladakh and the position of the exiled Tibetan community.