Forgotten Little Creatures

Forgotten little creatures is an exciting project that celebrates all the smaller things that we have around us. This is no ordinary photographic project, the images will be more artistic and creative aimed at bringing out characters and details of my subjects encouraging people to look different at the amphibians, reptiles, invertebrates and plants we have around us here in the UK and more specifically everything is taken within 40 miles of my home in Frome.

It is an ongoing project that will culminate in an exhibition with an accompanying book and a series of talks all about the project, the stories behind the images and all the fun anecdotes of my experiences working on this project.

My Crowdfunder project to raise the money for the book and exhibition is now live, the book has gone to the printers so any rewards that include the book you will definitely receive a copy of the book. Here's the link:

Forgotten Little Creatures Crowdfunder

The book is available to pre-order now through here for anyone living outside of the UK (just select either Europe or Rest of World from the drop down menu) and through the crowdfunder link for anyone living in the UK up until 12 noon on Friday 13th October and then through here from 1pm Friday 13th October (just click on "The Book" gallery below) and will also be available to purchase in person at events in late November, throughout December and at the exhibition.

The exhibition will be at the Royal Bath Literary and Scientific Institution from Thursday 22nd February through to Saturday 17th March 2018.

I have put together a sponsorship pack for a selection of aluminium prints that will form part of the exhibition, this sponsorship includes the chosen print (delivered when the exhibition closes), a signed copy of the book and you name or company name alongside the print for the duration of the exhibition and on the thank you boards. If you would like more information or receive a sponsorship pack please get in touch via

If you are interested in hosting one of the talks please do get in touch, these are 90 minute presentations with a break half way through.