This gallery features examples of my reportage and stock photography work, including townscapes, housing development, roadworks and images of the countryside, priciple towns and villages in East Hertfordshire.
Canola in Bramfield
The fields around Hertfordshire turn a bright yellow in Spring when the Rapeseed crop flowers.
Narrowboats on The Lee at Hertford
Narrowboats are a common sight on the county's waterways, many of them permanent residences. The River Lee Navigation runs from the county town of Hertford down to Bow, where it meets The Thames by the O2 arena
Cows in the River Ash just north of Ware
Tissimans in Bishop's Stortford
This meanswear business was established over 400 years ago and parts of the building date back to 1360. They have provided tailor made uniforms for staf at Windsor Castle and Sandringham.
St.Mary's Church, Ware
The Church of St.Mary The Virgni is regarded as a fine example of 14th and 15th century architecture and features a Hill 3 manual organ, which was built in 1860 and restored in 1985.
Water Lane United Reformed Church
The United Reformed Church in Bishop's Stortford opened in 1860, with seating for 850 adults and 300 children. The building has two galleries, with the upper gallery reserved for children.
Bridge Street, Bishop's Stortford
Furneaux Pelham is part of an early medieval holding of land known as Pelham, which including Brent Pelham to the north and Stocking Pelham to the north-east.
Braughing was one of seven stations on the Buntingford branch line that ran from St.Margarets. The line closed in 1964 following the Beeching Report.
Stortford Music Festival
Mime artists at the annual Stortford Music Festival
The Salisbury Arms Hotel in Hertford
Yarnbombing display in Parliament Square in Hertford
This photo demonstrates how it is possible to feature members of the public interacting wth their surroundings, without showing faces
Housebuilding in East Herts is growing following the recent adoption of the District Plan
Roadworks and temporary traffic lights
Waitrose Store in Bishop's Stortford. This photo has been tone-mapped to produce a high dynamic range effect.