Embleton Bay sunrise

About My Photography

The Northumberland Coast has been home to me for over 10 years and I have wandered up and down the beaches and rocky shores many times walking the dog and looking for photographs. In 2008 I started gathering my photographs and my thoughts into a blog www.northumberland360.com “The Photographic Diary of a Dog-Walker on The


Elizabeth and Stewart’s Northumberland Wedding

22nd July 2017 We all know you can’t rely on British summer weather so, although it rained for some of Elizabeth and Stewart’s wedding, it didn’t dampen the atmosphere of a fun and friendly day at Bamburgh Castle. And the sun came out in the evening which just made it even more special. Congratulations and


Photo journalism

(Above) At The Wool Shop (Copenhagen) I’ve just finished watching the excellent BBC 4 Eamonn McCabe series on the history of British photography.  The 3rd episode in particular was a glorious journey into photojournalism.  It inspired me to go through my own images so I’ve selected some favourites here.  Some are phone images, some dSLR and


Lisa and Rich’s Winter Wedding

The combination of a winter wedding and a small, intimate group of friends and family makes for a very romantic and special day.  So when I joined Lisa, her Daughter and Mother-in-law-to-be at The Joiner’s Arms in Northumberland, the atmosphere was relaxed and friendly. Millie was keeping an ear open and getting nervous about her role


Is video the future?

Photography isn’t going to go away and there will always be a place for high quality professional photography. Video is on the up though. Streaming video is now so accessible on Facebook and YouTube that we are moving into the Harry Potter world of moving pictures hanging on the walls. I’ve been shooting video for



The Photographic Diary of a Dog-Walker on The Northumberland Coast This project started off in October 2008 and I thought I would document a year of dog-walks on the Northumberland Coast. Here we are in 2016 and the blog is still going strong