I’m a Lisbon based professional landscape and travel photographer.   I'm also a passionate teacher of photography and have been leading group and one-to-one workshops for over five years while my images and photography writing have featured in magazines and publications worldwide.  As well as workshops and travelling I also produce regular videos about photography and film-making on my Youtube channel.

I’m a Fuji X Photographer and a brand ambassador for Fujifilm in Portugal.




Keep up with my latest blog posts featuring trip reports and my latest images, as well as  gear reviews and  information on new and upcoming workshops, films and other projects.  You can find all my blogs here.



APRIL 2019 - Next month I’ll be launching two new 2020 workshops in the Faroes Islands and Tuscany. Join me on a carefully designed workshop that takes you to some stunning places while improving your photography technique. I’ll be launching more workshops later this year so if you’re interested and would like get full details as soon as these workshops are launched subscribe to my newsletter or contact me via the form.



5 - 11 APRIL 2020

Between Norway, Iceland and Scotland the Faroe Islands have a completely unique identity.  The incredible landscapes of this beautiful archipeligo comprise of soaring sea cliffs and long fjords with islands rising dramatically above the deep blue water.  It’s an amazing place, one where the views often feels like optical illusions as the landscape takes on incredibly forms.

This makes it ideal for landscape photography, there’s such a wide variety of scene to shoot here, from close to the water’s edge to the peaks and ridges of the mountains with panoramic views of the fjords and islands.

More information here

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The lush green fields and rolling hills of Tuscany are one of landscape photography’s most iconic scenes.  The area around Val d’Orcia has attracted photographers and artists for years and it’s easy to see why.  Mist filled valleys and cypress tree-lined roads are everywhere you look, picturesque hilltop towns and vineyards, Tuscany is a beautiful landscape that you can’t help but be seduced by.

May is the peak time to visit when the grass is at it’s most lush, the fields have yet to be cut, and the countryside is bursting with wildflowers.  At dawn mist regularly fills the deep valleys creating a dreamy landscape that’s incredibly photogenic.