As a child I’d love to visit a local nature reserve with my Grandma. Every weekend we’d go down and have a walk round to see what wildlife was about; which is where my passion for the natural world really began. At the age of 12 and after saving all my pocket money I finally was able to buy my first camera off one of the regulars that we used to chat to; a Nikon D50. I do owe an awful lot of gratitude to my mate Nik as he taught me a lot of the basics of the camera and how to use it.
In 2011 I decided to change codes and buy a Canon 30d and shortly after I had enough money to purchase a 100-400mm IS L series lens which I still use today. Since my first camera I have managed to get through multiple cameras and I am now on my 5th, the Canon 7d mkii.
From studying photography at college I went on to study Photography for Digital Media at university, and it 2014 after 3 years of hard work I graduated with a 2:1. I currently work as a picture framer for Skelf Frames LTD and have lots of spare time for wildlife photography and adding to my yearly bird check list (which currently stand on 181 for 2016).
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