Angular perspective of the main hall of the Natural History Museum, London
James has been experimenting with photography for over a decade, but has become more serious in the last five years as his travels across the world have given him the opportunity to capture far flung landscapes and cultures. He has now chalked up over 50 countries from Iceland to India, New Zealand to Nepal and Singapore to the Seychelles. He has now come full circle and currently resides back in his home city of London. James' works covers a wide range of subjects, with a particular interest in cityscapes and landscapes. He shoots digital (primarily Canon 7D and Fuji X100) and works in standard format and increasingly with panoramas.