Steve’s images appear in many other publications
Another travel company, Schmapp online guides, has picked one of Steve’s images featuring the Opera Bar, Sydney for its online review page.
Arizona Sheriff candidate has selected Steve’s image of the Roosevelt Lake Bridge as a backdrop to his campaign website. The image symbolises his mission to build a bridge between the two communities he hopes to serve.
Steve is a contributor to Getty Images, the leading provider of digital media worldwide.
Photographing Tuscany in 2011 was Steve’s first professional photography commission. It was an extremely enjoyable and challenging project and the experience has inspired him to write a book.
Containing a mixture of Steve’s personal insight and advice, the book will be invaluable to others considering similar opportunities.
Steve is a member of the Royal Photographic Society and plans to develop his skills participating in the society’s programmes.
An image taken in Madrid gave Steve runner up position in National Geographic Traveller’s monthly competition, under the theme “Music”
Another win for Steve in November with the stunning image of a rainbow over the 16th green at Paradis Golf Course, Mauritius. The competition was in collaboration with Golf Monthly magazine and Your Golf Travel and judged by golf professional photographer Kenny Murray
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Steve was nominated “2010 Travel Photographer of the Year” in a competition sponsored by Insight Guides and The Independent on Sunday.
His prize was a commission to re-
Insight Guides and Berlitz have continued to use photographs from the trip in their newly published “Italy” and “Tuscany & Umbria” pocket guides. The Berlitz Italy guide features one of Steve’s images on the cover.
Insight Guides has updated their Tuscany guide book for 2016 and continue to feature Steve’s images (bottom right).
Steve’s exhibition at The Hawth, Crawley
Locals board the Haywards Heath to Ardingly shuttle
Steve joins in the fun!!
Steve is again a runner-
A celebration of the 175th anniversary of the railway station’s opening, saw townspeople dressed in Victorian costume enjoying a multitude of family events throughout the weekend.
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