Winning image The International Garden Photographer of The Year Awards 'MacroArt', August 2017
Winning images in the Professiohnal Garden Photographers' Association 'Image of the month' 2017
Winner of the Garden Media Guild 'Photographer of the Year' Award, Nov 2016
Winning image The International Garden Photographer of The Year Awards 'MacroArt', August 2016
Wildlife Photographer of the Year, Short-listed, 'Plant & fungi', 2016 & 17
Brachythecium rutabulum (moss)
Wildlife Photographer of the Year, Short-listed, 'Detail'', 2016
Wildlife Photographer of the Year, Short-listed, 'Impression', 2016
Winning image Professiohnal Garden Photographers' Association, 'Image of the month'
1. Winning image The International Garden Photographer of The Year Awards 'Monochrome', 2015-16.
2. Winning image Professiohnal Garden Photographers' Association, 'Image of the month', 2015.
Amenome blance 'Pink' Cotinus
1. Garden Media Guild Awards, 'Photographer of the Year' November 2014, One of four finalists.
The awards recognise the very best communicators and media professionals across the gardening and horticultural industries.
2. The National Art Open Exhibition, Autumn 2014, Short- listed.
3. The International Garden Photographer of The Year Awards 'Monochrome', 2014- 2015. Winning images.
Fatsia japonica Cosmos bipinnatus
Eryngium maritimum (Sea holly)
4. Professiohnal Garden Photographers' Association, 'Image of the month', 2014 & 15. Winning images.
Peace lilly, Spathiphyllum Iris "Pixi Short" English oak, Quercus robur
Pelargonium seeds Toad Lily Tricyrtis formosana Yellow flag, Pseudocoris iris
Viola 'Antique Shades'
The International Garden Photographer of The Year Awards 'Bountiful Earth', Commended
Sea Kale Crambe maritima
The International Garden Photographer of The Year Special Awards: 'Nature's Pharmacy' exhibiting in New York's Botanical Gardens
Third place 'Shady Painted Lady' Papaver somniferum, Opium Poppy Finalist 'Ancient Allium' Allium 'Purple sensation'
These plants have medicinal qualities and are being exhibited first in the New York Botanical Gardens Natures Pharmacy Exhibition, May to September 2013
Winner of the Professiohnal Garden Photographers' Association, 'Image of the month', September 2013
A winner in the Professiohnal Garden Photographers' Association, 'Image of the month', March & December 2013
Crocus tommasinianus Barr's Purple Iris foetidissima
British Wildlife Photography Awards, 'Wildlife in my Backyard', Short-listed, September 2012
Tulipa 'Affaire' visited by Green veined butterfly at dusk
International Garden Photographers' Awards 'Micro creatures', Commended, August 2012
Ladybird scaling then balancing on a field poppy stem Papaver rhoeas
Winner of Professiohnal Garden Photographers' Association, 'Image of the month', March 2012
This Narcissus Sarchedon was taken close-up, which allows me to fade out the other narcissus in the background, giving it a slightly ghostly feel.
International Garden Photographer of the Year Awards - Short-listed 2012
Betony - Saxon herbal remedy Ice on Crocus vernus Grape hyacinth Muscari with curled leaves
Common blue butterfly on dried grass Cabbage white butterfly chrysalis at dusk Empty cabbage white butterfly chrysalis case
Outdoor Photographer of the Year 'Nature Close-up Category', Nov 2011, Short-listed
The Wildlife Photographer on the Year 'Endangered Category' (Natural History Museum) 2011, Semi-finals
We drift slowly along in a dug out on the Mabamba Swamp in Uganda. This rare bird, the shoebill, casts a cautionary glance and remains perfectly still; the only photographic problem is the hot midday sun.
Selected for The Royal West Academy 'Open Photography', Spring Exhibition 2011 & short-listed for The Gallery Cork Street 'Open Exhibition' Mayfair, August 2011
I took this winter picture and used it to collect funds for an ethical treatment of animals charity. Pig farming has recently sprung up around the village I live in and I am vegetarian. I turned the image into a shilloutte in photoshop.
Purchase as a blank greetings card http://www.greenpebble.co.uk/cards?field_artists_nid=1108
The Professional Garden Photographers' Association, Winning 'Images of the Month', March & April 2011
These crocuses were taken early on a frosty morning just as the sun was melting the small icicles on the petals. I needed to lie flat on the grass to take them and I angled myself so as to catch the soft colour of other crocuses in the background Crocus Vernus.
By way of contrast, it was the way the leaves had twisted around each other that attracted me to the Grape hyacinth on the right.
The International Garden Photographer of The Year Awards, 'Edible Category' exhibited at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew 2010 - Finalist
What attracted me to this bronze fennel Foeniculum vulgare was the detailed finger like stalks of the flower head, which produce a complex structure. The soft light from the sun gives the image a soft glow.
Royal Horticultural Society Awards 'Edible Category' - First Prize
Commended RHS 2007
This sea kale Crambe maritima growing on a local shingle beach caught my attention. It was the way the large green leaf curled around the small purple one that appealed, it made me think of a mother protecting her child.
On the right are Norfolk reeds Phragmites australis lit up at sun sets. When seen close-up the tiny seeds glitter.
The Professional Garden Photographers' Association 'Image of the Month' May & June - Second
Oriental Poppy stamens Papaver Orientale Ox-eye daisy Leucanthemum vulgare
Garden Media Guild 'Single Image of the Year' Award - One of the final three shortlisted
Opium poppy Papaver somniferum in a rain shower