Photographing divers inspecting the hull of a ship because it had touched the sea bed leaving its last port.
I loved performing as a little child and I guess that need to entertain has never gone away.
"We worked together on learning the new systems and he made loads of notes. He tried really hard which meant he learned the system better than any of the other staff."
When we saw something special the barriers come down, barriers of age and status, colour and language and we were together in the moment with the lion out hunting.
I accidentally trod on the head of a black mamba which started to wrap its body around my lower leg. I reacted instinctively and kicked it off and ran.
My family moved to Durban when I was five years old and South Africa became my home for the next seventeen years.
Rhino’s and elephants are powerful creatures... Good judgement and decision making become part of every moment out on the drive with clients.
It’s five o’clock in the morning and there’s a knock on my door. The sun is just starting to warm the Acacia tree tops in Zululand.
I first got into photography because of a girl I knew in Africa.
We had moved back to Deganwy, at the mouth of the Conwy Estuary and where the sea meets the mountains of Snowdonia.
Working with groups gave me back some of what I felt I’d lost leaving Africa and I liked sharing the pleasure of spotting things and seeing the groups interest and enthusiasm grow.
Listening to our resident blackbird sing its heart out is the number one way for solving all problems.
It turns out that being the person who actually does the work, help things progress and puts the ideas into practice is quite an important role.