Photo of easyJet Boeing 737-73V G-EZJA (cn 30235/672) at London Luton Airport (LTN) on 1st October 2005 Photo of KLM Royal Dutch Airlines Boeing 737-406 PH-BTA (cn 25412/2161) at Newcastle Woolsington Airport (NCL) on 26th September 2006 Photo of bmi baby Boeing 737-5Q8 G-BVZI (cn 25167/2173) at Manchester Ringway Airport (MAN) on 16th September 2005 Photo of Flybe De Havilland Canada DHC-8-402Q Dash 8 G-ECOK (cn 4230) at Newcastle Woolsington Airport (NCL) on 4th June 2009 Photo of bmi baby Boeing 737-59D G-BVKD (cn 26421/2279) at East Midlands International Airport (EMA) on 19th September 2005


Hello there, and thank you visiting. I'm a UK-based photographer, currently located in south east of England. I'm interested in many aspects of photography, although in particular, I enjoy combining it with my lifelong interest in aviation. The result is aviation photography and within this website you'll find a selection of photos that I've taken during recent years.

The photos are all held in an online database which currently comprises 1745 entries, and can searched using the Photo Search page. The newest photo in the database is shown to the left here, though to browse more of the latest photos, simply take a look at the Latest Photos page. Or if you aren't looking for anything in particular, check out some of the galleries in the Photo Galleries section.

I have been photographing aviation since the mid 1990s and publishing my photos online since 1998, progressing though a series of Minolta and Nikon film SLR setups and being fortunate enough to visit many locations around the world, ranging from Stansted to Sydney to San Francisco! During the years 2000 to 2004 I shot Kodachrome and Fujichrome slides, and I have a moderate collection of a couple of thousand colour transparencies.

I am now an all digital photographer and currently use a Nikon D80 digital SLR. On the lens front I use two Nikkor lenses, giving me coverage between 18mm to 300mm, digital effective 27mm to 450mm.

Although I enjoying photographing aircraft simply to add to my personal collection, it has also been a pleasure to receive requests from visitors for prints of photos, and from commercial viewers wishing to publish photos. Should you be interested in acquiring or using a photo yourself, please check out the respective Buy a Photo and Commercial pages where you'll find more information.

I hope that you enjoy browsing this site; I try to add new shots as often as possible so do check back for new photos again soon. If there's a particular shot that you're looking for, or maybe you just want to say hello, then do get in touch with me. Or to keep in touch with the latest news and photos, please visit the Stay Updated page where you'll find more information.

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