This page is a gallery of my wildlife photography, from mammals to invertebrates to macro. The most recent collection is from my expedition to the Isles of Scilly, where I had the opportunity to photograph species not found anywhere else in the UK, such as the minuscule dwarf pansy. Please click on the images to view a larger version.

As well as common species of British mammal such as the European rabbit and bank vole, this gallery also includes the Eurasian beaver, which is a hot topic in conservation and has been successfully reintroduced to parts of Scotland and, most recently, Devon.

Birds are a favourite of mine. Whether it’s the glamorous raptors or the often ungainly waders, I can’t resist photographing their intriguing behaviour. In this gallery are a range of species in the UK.

Macro is one of my favourite styles of photography. All too often I find myself overlooking the normal and everyday. Macro photography allows us to see these minuscule miracles up close. In this gallery are a range of subjects, from British fungi species to the elements.

Invertebrates are a phenomenon that I am trying to get to grips with. On expedition in Perthshire I thoroughly enjoyed identifying the moths we found for our moth surveys. Each individual was as beautiful and indistinguishable as the next!

With the right space and resources, zoos can carry out invaluable conservation work. While we would all rather watch wildlife in their natural habitat, zoos provide the perfect opportunity to engage and inspire children to take an interest in nature.