Craig is a landscape photographer based in the North East of England.
He has always enjoyed getting out on the hills and more often than not, taking some camera gear – just in case. He loves exploring the North East, Lake District, Scotland and beyond, and has recently started to work on night photography.
Awards, Commendations and Displays
- Winner of the John Muir Wild Places award in Scottish Landscape Photographer of the Year 2017 for the Autumn Aurora at Stac Pollaidh shot, shown below. This photo was also highly commended and published in the competition book. It has been on display in the competition gallery in Edinburgh and has just gone on display at the Alan Reece Wild Places Gallery in Pitlochry.
- Second place for the UK Climbing Photo of the Year (2017) for the panorama of the Aurora and Milky Way in Assynt. The same picture is currently being shortlisted for Trail Magazine Mountain Photo of the Year
- Commended in The Landscape Photographer of the Year 2017, for the Groverake Mine Milky Way in Rookhope photo. This will be in the competition Exhibition in London and has been published in the Competition book.
- Shortlisted for Outdoor Photographer of the Year 2016 for the Dunstanburgh Castle Milky Way shot.
- Ardvreck Castle, Scotland photo featured on the BBC home page in March 2018 (together with barbecue food and The Simpsons – see below!)
Read all about Craig’s Photography Adventures to find out the story behind the photos!
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