I was a keen amateur film photographer for many years, but when my second son was born and we had to move house I lost my darkroom and with it much of my enthusiasm. Then a year or two ago I found digital, and a new lease of life photographically speaking.
I enjoy photographing many subjects but mainly buildings and anything architectural, and I also have a great love of all things coastal.

I have had pictures published in Lancashire Life and won their 2008 calendar competition with the photograph, 'The Butterfly House', which you can see on this site, and for which I received an Olympus camera and lenses worth £1000.

And for 2008 I produced a set of pictures to illustrate a calendar that helped raise funds for two churches in St Helens, after they were kind enough to allow me to photograph their wonderful buildings from many areas that are not normally accessible to the public.

I am a member of ADAPS, (Atherton and district amateur photographic society), and enjoy both representing the club in inter club battles and as part of the L&CPU, and of course winning the occasional internal club competition. I currently have five of the club trophies sat above my computer as I type, the next few weeks will reveal how many I get to keep for another year. (So far it is one).

I have recently made my first photographic sales when I sold four canvasses, and also two prints through a local art gallery, so this has prompted me to book a stall at an Arts fair to see how that goes, and that is really the reason for the instigation of this website.

The necessary facility for anyone who wishes to buy a picture from this selection is now available, just click on the buy now button below the picture of your cjoice.

Thanks for looking and I hope you enjoy what you see here.
Comments are welcome.

Best regards, Keith.

April 2009.

For those who feel it helps to know I use an Olympus camera with Olympus 14-42, and 40-150 zooms and also a Sigma 10-20 zoom, and a range of software including Photoshop CS3 and Photomatix pro.3.0