Liveden New Bield, near Oundle, Northants. was built but never completed for Sir Thomas Tresham a devout Roman Catholic. His son Francis Tresham was involved in the Gun Powder Plot of 1605 This view is across one of the moats which were never finished.
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The image will be supplied as a 16 x 12 inch unmounted print on Fuji Professional photo paper in a lustre finish. It will be packaged in a strong cardboard box directly from my supplier.
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When mounted with a colour of your choice it will fit a standard 20 x 16 inch frame, ( the second image gives an impression of how the print will look when framed ).
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I am a photographer based in Cambridgeshire, specifically interested in capturing unusual and unique moments, shots which highlight unexpected phenomena.
My aim has always been to create images which give deep satisfaction to myself and others. My current inspiration comes from American photographer Kathleen Clemons whose work involves painterly style photographs of flowers using soft focus techniques and lenses.
Currently I have work displayed online with Art In The Heart Market Place, Youpic.com and on display in Peterborough Cathedral, Peterborough Museum and The Gallery Stamford,Lincs .
I am a Peterborough Open Studios exhibitor and have had work displayed in Peterborough Museum.
I was also involved in the stills photography for Charron Pugsley-Hill's installation work the Edith Cavell and Lonely Anzac blankets.
In addition to my art photography, I specialise in photo restoration.
I donate a small amount from the sales of my photography have raised in total over £790 for Sue Ryder, Kidneeds, Combat Stress, Cruse Bereavement Counselling Charity and the Peterborough Cathedral 900 Fund so far.