A collection of long exposure evening twilight and night time landscape photographs with the distinctive profile of the extinct volcanic island, Rangitoto from a variety of locations around the coast of Auckland, New Zealand.
A collection of long exposure winter landscapes shot around dark and icy rivers in the highlands of Scotland.
The steamship Sir Walter Scott makes ready to sail into early morning mist and fog that slowly clears to reveal small autumn wooded islands, reflecting amongst sunshine, blue skies and white clouds in a mirror smooth Loch Katrine, The Trossachs, Scotland.
A collection of mute and still long exposure seascapes shot around the Coromandel coast exploring some essential elements of the landscape in New Zealand.
A series of black and white photographs shot during a visit to Tsukiji Market in Tokyo, Japan following the freshly landed frozen tuna as it's sold, sorted and removed from the floor of the auction room onto processing and filleting in the hands of master fish merchants armed like warriors with swords, saws and other cutting tools.
A short series of black and white photographs made during the annual Art In The Dark in 2012.
Over four nights in November, Art In The Dark transforms the night time landscape of Auckland's Western Park with a range of outdoor sculpture, installation and performance by artists working with light.
Each year, the event grows more popular and draws in massive crowds who pack out the park to enjoy the show.
These shots aim to capture some of the work and find some quieter moments amongst the hustle.
Waiting for the light of a setting sun to break through the cloud layers in this series of long exposure colour photographs perched above the sea cliffs and rock stacks along the rugged and remote west coast of Lewis near Mangersta in Scotland's Western Isles.
A set of dark and atmospheric night time long exposure landscapes shot during the extended summer twilight on a remote and empty beach in Scotland's far north, Isle of Berneray, Outer Hebrides.
Old and broken heavy machine tools found rusting in a South Auckland scrap yard all the way from my hometown of Glasgow in Scotland and forming the subject for this experimental urban landscape shoot using Hipstamatic on iPhone.
A collection of layered, multiple exposure black and white photographs shot with Hipstamatic and processed on iPhone exploring textures, fragments and abstractions suggesting a dream landscape of frontier towns and forest gods discovered on regular walks through Auckland, New Zealand.