My gallery

photography and stock

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Ballycastle Beaghmore Breenwood Cattle jam Cushendun goat sculpture
Dark Hedges Dundalk railway station Lace museum Powerscourt Whiterocks

Commercial photography

Commissioned commercial photography is available to suit, of people, groups, products for advertising literature, places, buildings, etc. Please ask for terms. No weddings.

The picture library

The picture library covers parts of Ireland, north and south, Scotland, Wales, England and Belgium.

The images concentrate on landscape features and scenery, towns and cities, transport, the coast, harbours and boats, plants, trees. There are also sections on food, disability equipment, religious artefacts, the weather and geology.

Prints and framed series

Black and white and colour prints can be supplied for framing as photo prints or inkjet prints. Toned and digitally manipulated images can also be arranged. Prices vary with size and work involved.

Black and white and colour prints can be supplied for framing as photo prints or inkjet prints). Toning and digitally manipulated images can also be arranged. Please contact for sizes and prices.

Two black and white series are currently available framed for sale. They are very suitable as artwork for a restaurant or café, perhaps near the sea.

• Marine elements: shots of old harbours and their elements such as stone steps, bollards, ropes, and small boats (yachts, dinghies and fishing). The photographs were taken in Northern Ireland and North Berwick in Scotland although the location would not be readily recognisable in most cases. These images are framed in narrow black frames with glass.

• Terra non firma seeks to show that the land is not solid and immovable and is rarely firm or dry. The images show rock, sand, bog, rivers and stream detail. This series is framed in narrow black frames with lamination to preserve the image

© Copyright is retained in all imaging. Images are licensed to clients for specific uses, e.g. magazine use within the European Community for up to one year, worldwide postcard use for five years, global use for a limited term, etc.

Image gallery

See the new image gallery.