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Professional Imagemaker Magazine Feature

22 Nov

I was delighted to be featured in a 5 page spread in Professional Imagemaker Magazine, the magazine of the SWPP. It was a feature on shooting drama on location, by John Baikie and featured images from our shoots at Tanera Mor and Boat of Garten railway station.


John Baikie Photography – Headshot Photography

7 Oct

I recently did a series of headshots for a local beautician’s website, and here is one of my favourite shots from the set.

Photo Professional Magazine

1 Sep

Very proud to find that myself and John Baikie have a four page article in Photo Professional magazine, October issue. It is a feature John wrote about using derelict and run-down locations to create amazing images. Over the moon at the latest publication, with hopefully many more to follow! Here is a preview of the latest!

Executive Magazine Editorial

11 Aug

Delighted to find that another image of me taken by John Baikie, has been published in Executive Magazine, as part of an editorial piece about John winning Scottish Fashion Photographer of the year with the Master Photographers Association a couple of months ago.The image was shot as part of a feature for Photo Professional Magazine and will be out very soon.

Also delighted to be used in his advert on the same page, with Paris!

Shoot at Boat of Garten, near Aviemore with John Baikie

7 Aug

Had an amazing day at Boat of Garten station with the awesome John Baikie on Friday. The best images are being kept back for publications, but here is one just for a preview.

Tanera Mor Shoot – John Baikie Photography

27 Jul

Yesterday I had an amazing shoot on the island of Tanera Mor, one of the Summer Islands on the West Coast of Scotland. We sailed from Achiltibuie on the Isabella, and had an hour on this beautiful island, and shot some great images.

Here are a few of the favourites so far.

Dublin Shoot

19 Jul

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Some images from a shoot I did in Dublin with John Baikie, some were during a seminar at The Red Cow, Dublin, and some were shot up at Glendalough.