The images in the Prints section of the website are available as limited edition prints.

During Covid, and with travel restricted, like many of us I began to appreciate the beautiful surroundings in close proximity to where I live in East Sussex. I began to photograph the landscapes and seascapes of the South Downs and Beachy Head many of which are found in the Print section.

I was also fortunate to be commissioned to photograph the America’s Cup in Auckland New Zealand in 2020 which meant revisiting a country close to my heart. Being located in Auckland it gave me an opportunity to photograph the Auckland skyline included on this website.

All the photographic prints are made on the  highest quality acid-free Giclée papers in a UK based Fine Art and Photographic printers who include Magnum on their client list.

Each photographic print is issued with a signed Certificate of Authenticity which includes the image title, signature of the photographer, print medium, date of issue, dimensions and edition number. Other sizes are available on request. 

We hope the following advisory notes help you enjoy your print and ensure it’s longevity.

After receiving the photographic print always hold it by the edges with both hands and don’t bend the print. It’s advisable to handle the print with cotton gloves alternatively with clean hands and please don’t touch the ink it can easily scuff, fine art papers are fibrous.

The photographic prints are unmatted and unframed giving the collector the choice of colour and design for the matte and frame, both can be ordered via our professional lab. 


The photographic print should never be glued down or dry mounted. Any adhesive tapes stuck to the back of the print should also be acid free.

If you choose to frame the photographic print yourself please take care that any materials placed directly on the print paper are acid free. Similarly the backing paper should also be acid free.

Even though the photographic print is archival it’s always advisable to avoid placing it in direct sunlight to avoid any colour fading or surface degradation.

Avoid hanging the photographic print in a damp environment although hermetically sealed frames can help. Framed prints should also be hung away from heat sources such as radiators and open fires.

The usual turnaround time for a print will be 5 – 7 working days in the UK, overseas purchases will take longer and incur an additional cost for shipping.

On receipt please remove the photographic print from the non archival packaging. In the unlikely event there is a technical problem with a print, or it’s damaged in shipping, we will replace it. We will need the required documentation and a photograph confirming the print was damaged while being delivered.