Find below a selection of my aerial photographs taken using pole, kite and aircraft techniques for a variety of research, commercial and personal projects. Click on the thumbnails to enlarge the images and see more information about each.
These photographs were produced during various research projects conducted during my MSc and PhD. While my research is supported by AHRC and DJCAD, much of this work was also enabled by support from Historic Scotland.
These low altitude aerial photographs were taken during excavation work. This is offers a rare opportunity to photograph features that are otherwise hidden, revealing them within the the context of the broader landscape.
This selection of photographs were commissioned, often to illustrate particular aspects of a monument's story. The resulting images can be found on on-site interpretation panels, publications and merchandise.
I began taking kite aerial photographs in 2007 and have since built up a portfolio of images from locations across Scotland as well as further afield.