To mark their 50th anniversary the Friend’s of Richmond Park have produced a comprehensive and compelling guide book to Richmond Park.

This much needed companion to this amazing park is clearly laid out with over 300 photographs from a number of local photographers, including myself.

The guide book is available on Amazon as well as directly from www.frp.org.uk.

 

Simon and his talented team from MyStMargarets have created a beautiful and very usable calendar of stunning photographs from around the borough of Richmond upon Thames.

I am pleased to say that a number of my favourite photos have been selected for inclusion in the calendar, along with some lovely images by another local photographer, Diana Havenhand.

The aim of this limited edition calendar is to support the local community of St Margarets. Copies are available from “Mrs Moon” and “Gift” in Crown Road and “Denham & Finney” on St Margarets Road.  Copies are also available from Orleans Infants and St Stephen’s Junior Schools at £8 each.

And remember, if you like any of my photographs in the calendar, they (and more) are available to buy online and would make great Christmas presents!

I am pleased to announce that a selection of my greetings cards of Richmond are now available in Waterstones, Richmond.

They have taken pride of place in Waterstones’ Local Interest section as soon as you walk into the store, so please take a look the next time you pass (and maybe even support my photography by buying one or two!)

I have a selection of 5 greetings cards so far which, as well as being available to buy online are also available in the brilliant ‘Gift’ shop on Crown Road in St Margarets.

I am thrilled to announce that my prints of Richmond are available at the superb Timothy Graham Gallery on Crown Road in St Margarets (020 8744 9033).

The limited edition prints are available signed and mounted as well as with a choice of quality custom frames so please pop in next time you are nearby and take a look.

There are also some great prints from other local photographers like Jeffrey Jaye and Joanna Jackson, plus some interesting vintage prints of the local area.

We are lucky in Richmond to have to River Thames pass through east to west (or west to east depending on the tide!) which provides some dramatic and memorable sunsets and sunrises as well as some great panoramas of Richmond riverside and bridge.

Why not get something original and special for your friends or family this Christmas by buying one of my prints or canvases of Richmond and Richmond Park?

The moody, atmospheric black and white prints are always popular and sit well on any wall.

Alternatively, there is a selection of lively, quirky colourful prints ideal for bright rooms.

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