Fine Art Print Collection


The Print Collection is a showcase of my very best photographs, from over 13 years of professional wildlife photography. Each image has been specially remastered, faithfully reproduced, using fully calibrated screens. Each and every print is made to order, produced by professional Master Printers. I am extremely proud of these prints and their quality.

This unique collection of photographs is available for worldwide delivery, as unmounted photo prints, traditional framed prints, or contemporary frameless mounted wall art, e.g. matte canvas, aluminium, acrylic glass. Prints are available in various sizes from 30cm (12-inches), as measured on the longest side. This size represents the ‘image area’ with an additional 5cm white border on all sides. Made-to-measure sizes are available, upon request.

Example Pricing* (Autumn 2019)

*Example pricing for print only, using standard print sizes, and Giclée Hahnemühle Fine Art paper. Delivery additional.

  1. 20cm x 30cm (8" x 12") £ 50.00
  2. 40cm x 60cm (16" x 24") £ 80.00
  3. 50cm x 76cm (20" x 30") £140.00
  4. 60cm x 90cm (23" x 35") £ 200.00
Tiger Face (December 2006)


"The print arrived. It's beautifully produced and I will love looking at him. Thank you. Even the framer commented on the quality."
"Tiger's Gaze" ~ SJ, London


"Not only are the photos absolutely stunning, but the quality of the printing is great and delivery timely, efficient and the canvases very well wrapped and protected"
"Deer stag in frost" ~ KL, London


"WOW !! You weren't kidding when you said it looked great!! Your photo which now hangs on my wall, never fails to attract a comment of appreciation from those who see it. Thanks for the awesome service."
"Crater Lion" ~ AC, South Africa

The Print Galleries

Ordering Prints

The new online print store is currently under construction.


However, you may still browse individual Print Galleries by selecting any of the subjects, above. When you find the photograph you wish to buy, simply email me directly, quote the photograph title, and request a quotation for the required size.


Secure payments are made with any major credit or debit card or through Stripe and PayPal secure gateways. (Note: You do not require a PayPal account to use this secure payment service). BACS payments can also be arranged, if required.


There is a standard production time of up to 2 weeks, although the vast majority of orders are delivered within 10 working days*. This includes the time for the print to be produced, individually assessed by hand, carefully packaged and dispatched.


*If you require an urgent print, simply email me directly, and I will reply with current lead times and earliest estimated time of delivery.


Before your purchases leave the print lab, they are covered in a protective wrap and then placed in art-secure packaging. For large formats and panoramas, specially designed crates will be used to package your items. Art Shipping professionals from major couriers will then transport your purchases from the print lab directly to you.

Taking Care of Your Prints

A few recommendations for looking after your new prints...


Always where gloves when you handle bare unmounted prints, so you don't cover them with finger marks. The oils and microbial life on your fingers can also degrade the print and paper over the years. Photographic prints should be displayed, so try not to hide them away in a drawer. As long as you take care of your print, it will last a lifetime.

You can dust framed prints with a non-fuzzy, soft, dry cloth (microfiber, for example). Please do not use glass cleaning products under any circumstances, either for prints mounted on backing board (Dibond) or under acrylic glass. Please also avoid putting pressure on the surface when wiping.


If you're framing your print, always invest in a high-quality frame or mount, using UV protective glass to protect the print from bleaching UV light. To preserve the colours and lustre of your print, avoid hanging it in direct sunlight or above a heat source, like a radiator. You should also move your print periodically, to alter the direction of light falling upon it.


Photographic career began in 2002, freelancing as a commercial photographer. In 2005, I turned full-time 'wildlife pro', winning my first award and gaining agency contracts. Since then, I've travelled the world, photographing in the greatest wildlife hotspots.



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