I’m delighted to announce the launch of my new wildlife photography website! After months of hard work behind the scenes it finally went live this week.
As you can see I have a new logo. The sleeping Arctic fox is based on one of my images from my trip to Arctic Canada last November. I had an idea of what I wanted it to look like, but it took the help of a very talented graphic designer to turn my vision into reality. We went through about forty re drafts in the end to get it just right. I hope you will agree it was worth it. I am really, really happy with the results.
A new logo deserves a new website, and I’ve opted for a clean minimalist approach. New content includes:
- A new Home page featuring a collage of some of my favourite wildlife images I’ve shot over the last five years as an introduction to my work;
- A new About page that brings my photographic journey up to date;
- A new Portfolio section with links to galleries showcasing my Latest images, Wild North and Wild Britain work.
- A new Image Licensing page. All of the wildlife images appearing in my Portfolio, are available to licence for print, media and commercial use. Please contact me for a quote.
- The launch of my exclusive Fine Art Wildlife Print Collection. Working with the best master printers in the country, all of the images appearing in my Portfolio are now available to buy as signed limited edition fine art prints and canvases. Please contact me if you have a particular image in mind for a quote using the guidelines on my page.
- I am also launching a regular wildlife photography newsletter, keeping you informed about my latest projects and images. Please sign up here if you would like to receive this.
I’m really pleased with the new look. It’s taken me five years, but I finally feel I have the right platform for showcasing my work.
With Autumn now here, I’m really looking forward to getting out there and taking some new images. As well as my continuing work on Roe deer, I am also covering some of autumn’s wildlife spectaculars such as the annual Red deer rut. I am aiming to blog a lot more regularly going forward, so please do check back here to my wildlife photography blog from time to time for my latest work.