As one of this winter's numerous storms came crashing in I took a brief trip down to Castletown to see the waves crashing over the harbour wall. With the size of the breaking waves dwarfing the wall, it's not hard to see why gaps are starting to appear. Here are a few favourites with the waves at different stages of breaking over the wall.
The weather was hovering somewhere between storm and sunshine today in Peel. The wind and swell were coming in from the north and the temperature was biting. Two of the guys were out in their surf kayaks and it was great to catch Steve going vertical in his IC boat. With a crisp light coming in I headed over to the the castle and breakwater before the rain and sleet set in.
After a wet weekend the storms have abated slightly leaving behind cooler temperatures and a biting wind. Sunlight was fleeting at Port Erin as I looked to get a shot of Milner's Tower, but it just managed to shine through for a couple of shots. I then headed up the hill to see if the view down to Port St Mary breakwater was worth capturing.
As Storm Abigail pounds the far north of the UK it is for once a little less easy to forget just how close to Scotland we are on the Isle of Man. The first real hints of winter blew in today with 5degree temperatures chased by 40mph+ winds.
I headed down to Port St Mary in the morning to see the waves crash over the rocky slabs. The sun shone through catching the edge of the spray, with each new impact throwing a different shape into the air.
Driving home I took a detour coming across some fantastic old mine buildings high up on the moors. Somewhat unequipped for the biting windchill I...
This little guy had grown up so much since the last time we met and now has a serious appetite for exploration and mischief. It was a great pleasure shooting him and his brothers for the family Christmas cards.
I was invited to take a few shots at a networking event organised at the Le Petit Cafe, Guernsey, by offshore law firm Ogier. Images were supplied for use on the firm's internal news and any press releases.
Your linked in portrait says everything about you! Well, okay, I accept that it doesn't, it almost certainly doesn't scratch the surface. However you need it to send the message you want for any prospective employer or new contact. Check out the favourite shot from this happy customer.
I recently had a request to shoot some sibling shots welcoming a new brother into the Peedom family. Cambridge Park, one of St Peter Port's nicest green spaces, seemed like an ideal location for the boys to let off a bit of steam, enjoy the park and provide a relaxed setting to get the pictures. I came away with about 25 shots I was really pleased with and I look forward to seeing these great kids and their parents for another shoot in the future.
I had a great time in September photographing the wedding of Fiona and Glyn. An elegant ceremony and split venues of Solihull and Shropshire reflected the bride and groom's backgrounds. A fantastic atmosphere throughout the day and blessed with warm weather throughout.