Peter run’s landscape photography workshops in some amazing locations, where he shows participants how to take landscape photography, on the workshop you will recieve individual attention and learn how to use advanced shooting techniques to capture stunning landscapes. We would love to hear from you to here what you like  to get out of the workshops

Experience Highlights

  • Photography in Finland, Spain, Belgium, Gibraltar, Balearic Islands, Mallorca and Minorca.
  • Peter’s photographs have been used for travel guides, publicity, and marketing for travel websites.
  • Peter has also work as a travel photographer in both Brussels and the Balearic Islands.

Competitions and Awards

  • Lensculture - Art Photography Awards 2019 - Nominee
  • Landscape Photographer of the Year competition 2018 - Nominee
  • Wanderlust's Photo of the Year competition 2017 - Finalist

2019 France - Brittany Workshop
Our Brittany photo workshop takes in some truly unique and stunning aspects of the French coastline and its outstanding lighthouses. The photography workshop is about visiting the best spots for photography in Brittany. Brittany is France’s lighthouse country, home to the most iconic examples all along its rugged coastline, some of the lighthouses in Finistère have been listed as National Heritage (Monuments Historiques)

2017 to 2019 Dorset Workshops
The Dorset coast is one of the most stunning, varied and awe-inspiring stretches of coastline to be found anywhere in England. From perfect, crescent-shaped bays, rocky coves, boulder-strewn inlets and towering cliff faces, the Dorset coast is a photographer’s dream. The goal of my workshops is to teach you to reduce the amount of time thinking about your camera and increase the amount if time thinking about the photograph that you are going to take.

2016 Stockholm Gamla Stan Old Town - Travel Photography
Old town Gamla Stan One of the world's best-preserved medieval city centres. Ancient alleys lined with crooked buildings, where craft shops and galleries are there for you to visit. The Royal Palace is also on Gamla Stan island.

2015 Bruges, Belgium – Medieval Centre, Travel Photography
The medieval center of Bruges is remarkably well preserved and is a UNESCO world heritage site. Many of the medieval buildings in the ancient squares are still privately owned, so you need to time your visit to avoid the tourists.

2014 Brussels Belgium - Travel photography
Belgium's capital, with its art nouveau facades and notable buildings architecture, in the Grand Place which is one of the world's most beautiful squares, with the town hall (Hotel de Ville) Gothic tower, which you can see the tower from most corners of the city.

2012 Mallorca – Porto De Soller
On the north of Majorca in Old Soller town is the Orange Express which is built in 1911 and goes through the Tramuntana mountains to Palma, the Orange express runs from Soller railway station, there also a tram to Port De Soller also of 1913 to connect the Soller to the Port. The Orange Express was built initially to transport oranges and lemons to Palma Port, and it is a very popular tourist attraction as it passes through the Tramuntana mountains.

2011 Helsinki, Finland - View of the northern capital of Europe
Helsinki is the capital of Finland which is very compact, easy to get around for photography and to photograph Helsinki's has two outstanding cathedrals, the Evangelical Lutheran cathedral to admire its stunning architecture in Senate Square and Uspenski Cathedral is the main cathedral of the Finnish Orthodox Church in the diocese of Helsinki

2010 Gibraltar – British Style at the tip of Spain
Gibraltar is a British Overseas Territory and headland, on Spain's south coast. The Rock of Gibraltar is a 426m-high limestone ridge which was first settled by the Moors in the middle ages and later ruled by Spain; the Rock has been governed by Britain since 1713, from upper Rock you can photograph Spain and La Linea, the best time is in the early morning before sunrise.

2008 to 2009 - Travel and Tourism - Brussels
The Grand Place or Grote Markt is the central square of Brussels which dates back to the 14th century. It was my first visit to Brussels for travel photography so I started to explore the city, its 14th-century square, and its gothic town hall, to look best places to photograph, which included the Galeries Royales Saint-Hubert, which was the first glazed shopping arcade in Europe and it is still one of the most elegant.

Specialised area of Expertise

Landscape Photography workshops
1-2-1 Coaching & Training
Travel Photography
Advertising Photography
Black and White Photography
Stock Photography