Dundee Freelance Photographer & Photojournalist
Dundee Photographics: Capturing the action live
News Media Association - Freelance Press Photographer. Contributing to Live News as a news-gatherer for the regional, national and international newspapers I take great pride in offering a top quality photography service telling the story of every day events as it happens rather than directing it. My professional and creative work also reflects a long history behind the camera describing my style as “storytelling in pictures” and documenting these as naturally and unobtrusively as possible.
"Wrong Turn (2024)"
New Horror Movie Location Templeton
Templeton Woods in Dundee offers an eerie atmosphere with misty light rain showers, making it a great location for horror film scenarios. The woods has magnificent nature walks, roe deer grazing the woodland, buzzards, Jays, grey and red squirrels, and many birds are found throughout the woods, making Dundee one of the few cities in Britain to be a home to these cute tree-dwelling mammals. Templeton Woods in Dundee, Scotland is well-known for the infamous killings during 1979 and 1980. At the time, the city was plagued by a serial killer, and the two cases became known as the Templeton Woods murders".
The British Ambassador Cruise Line's Ambition cruise liner is docked in Dundee. Dundee is one of the new no-fly cruise locations in the UK from which they sail. With the Ambience and Ambition Cruise Ships, the UK's newest cruise line in over a decade is easily accessible to anyone in the United Kingdom
The Shannon Fisher ship and the Rem Fortress ship are both moored at Aberdeen harbour in Aberdeenshire, Scotland. SHANNON FISHER is an Oil Products Tanker, Registered in Bahamas. SHANNON FISHER (IMO: 9320489) was built in 2006 and is sailing under the flag of BS. The vessel REM FORTRESS (IMO: 9482342, MMSI 209455000) is an Offshore Tug/Supply Ship built in 2011 and currently sailing under the flag of Cyprus
The Thun Grace ship (green) and World Pearl ship (yellow) are both moored at Aberdeen harbour in Aberdeenshire, Scotland. The vessel THUN GRACE (IMO: 9190195, MMSI: 245461000) is an Oil/Chemical Tanker that was built in 1999. It's sailing under the flag of Netherlands The vessel WORLD PEARL (IMO: 9638123, MMSI: 258854000) is an Offshore Supply Ship that was built in 2013. It's sailing under the flag of Norway
His Majesty’s Theatre is a category A listed proscenium arch theatre designed by celebrated architect Frank Matcham and opened in December 1906. It is a fully equipped producing and receiving theatre with a capacity of 1400. Since opening it has welcomed international touring companies, nationally renowned artists and Scottish and home grown talent. Aberdeen Performing Arts is a multi-award winning, multi-site, arts charity right at the centre of North-east of Scotland. There are three iconic city centre venues; His Majesty’s Theatre, the Music Hall and the Lemon Tree, are all on a national and international touring circuit for the performing arts and a vital part of Aberdeen and Scotland’s cultural landscape
The Girdle Ness lighthouse situated at Torry near Aberdeen was established in 1833 by Robert Stevenson. Girdle Ness Lighthouse is situated near Torry Battery on the Girdle Ness peninsula just south of the entrance to Aberdeen's harbour, in Scotland. It is an active light, managed by the Northern Lighthouse Board
Aberdeen Beach is famed for its golden sands and promenade which can be walked from the Harbour to the mouth of the River Don by the Bridge of Don. Features include Victorian railings and walks, plenty of seats and sheltered pavilion seating. It is popular with families, dog walkers and surfers and is a must for those visiting our City. Sections by the cafes, restaurants and Codonas Amusements, are dog free zones making this one of the cleanest beaches in Scotland. In the summer of 2013 it won an environmental award from Keep Scotland Beautiful for the area thanks to its cleanliness, water quality and safety. This Scottish Seaside Award and Blue Flag has been held since 2007