Stock & Editorial Photography
My Stock and Editorial Photography can be purchased through PhotoShelter and Alamy.
The photos displayed at PhotoShelter & Alamy represent only a small part of my library. It takes time to upload new photos and for them to appear online. See below for a comprehensive coverage list and email me for specific information.
I'm now located in Argentina photographing the country and her neighbours. Below is an approximate schedule. If you have photo needs in any of these areas (or nearby) then please contact me with your needs.
I will also be available for commissions in South America. Again, please email me with your requirements.
The PhotoShelter Collection
My colour stock photos are available for editorial use such as magazines, books, book covers etc through the PhotoShelter Collection.
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Subject matter: Colour editorial and travel Stock Photography from England, the Falkland Islands, Argentina, Chile, Bolivia, Nicaragua, Guatemala & the Panama Canal.
Guatemala: Photos of the beautiful colonial city of Antigua.
Nicaragua: San Juan del Sur & Rivas on Nicaragua's Pacific Coast.
Panama Canal: Cruise ships going through the locks of the Panama Canal. Some excellent photos showing the locks (more photos coming soon).
Falkland Islands: The colouful capital, Port Stanley.
England: The historical quarter of King's Lynn in West Norfolk, and Norwich (coming soon).
My photography is also available for editorial use such as magazines, books, book covers etc through Alamy. Some photos are also available for advertising use.
Subject matter: Colour and black & white editorial and travel Stock Photography from Argentina, Bolivia, Mexico & Chile.
Argentina: The Cementerio de Recoleta (Recolota Cemetery), Buenos Aires; Purmamarca, San Antonio de Los Cobres and the Salinas Grandes, Provincia de Jujuy (Jujuy Province).
Bolivia: Tupiza; Salar de Uyuni; Cerillos (small village near San Antonio de Lipez); Craters Sol de MaĂ±ana.
Chile: Punta Arenas, Chilean Patagonia.
Mexico: Making piĂ±atas in Zihuatanejo.
My Stock Photo Library
I also have coverage of the following places. Please contact me for more information.
Argentina: Ushuaia, including Tierra del Fuego National Park. Mendoza; the Museo del Vino (wine museum) in MaipĂș. Aconcagua. Bariloche; including Lago Victoria & El Bosque de los Arrayanes. The city of Salta. San Antonio de los Cobres, Pachamama ceremony (black & white only). Casabindo; Toreo de la Vincha (black and white only). Iruya (black and white only). Cachi (blank and white only).
Chile: Punta Arenas; including the cemetery and the tomb of the last Indian. Puerto Chacabuco and Puerto Aysen. Puerto Montt. Corral, including the old fort.
Falkland Islands: Port Stanley, war memorials and some wildlife.
New York City: Central Park in autumn and the Brooklyn Bridge.
Martha's Vineyard: The gingerbread houses of Oak Bluffs.
New England: Boston, Newport Rhode Island, Bar Harbor Maine.
Alaska: Ketchikan, Juneau, Haines, Skagway, Glacier Bay.
Mexico: Zihuatanejo, Cabo San Lucas, Loreto, Huatulco.
Costa Rica: Mountains and coffee plantations near Puntarenas.
My 2008 Schedule
This is a rough plan for 2008. Of course one never knows what will happen but this is my plan at the moment. Please contact me for any queries regarding photo needs, articles or commissions. Keep checking back for updates.
February: Buenos Aires, famous buildings and the neighbourhoods of San Telmo, Recoleta, Palermo, La Boca, El Tigre. The Carnival of GualeguaychĂș. ColoĂ±ia del Sacramento, Uruguay. Lujan and San Antonio de Areco. La Plata. Estancias near Buenos Aires.
March: Semana Santa (Easter week) celebrations in northwest Argentina
April - July: The northwest of Argentina including the city of Salta, Humahuaca, Purmamarca, Tilcara, the Valles CalchaquĂes including Cafayate, Angastaco, Molinos; Cachi, La Poma. Concentrating on documenting the local people and their lifestyles as well as scenic shots. Fitting in IguazĂș falls if I can.
August: Pachamama festivals in northwest Argentin; Iruya, San Antonio de los Cobres, and the Toreo de la Vincha in Casabindo.
September: Guacho homage to the virgin, Lujan.
October - December: Bolivia & Peru; Tupiza, Salar de Uyuni, PotosĂ, Cochabamba, La Paz, Tiwanaku, Lake Titicaca, Puno, Uros Islands, Cuzco, Sacred Valley of the Incas, Machu Pichu.