It’s been a long time coming, but the website is finally here! But then again you know that as you’re reading this.
I’ve never been involved in putting together a website from scratch it’s easy to overlook how much time and work goes into something on the web. Sure I’ve added content, images, videos, 360s to websites, but starting with a blank page with so many options it’s difficult to know what you, the visitor, want. I know what I want, to look at lots of pretty pictures of boats, but how about you?
Websites usually evolve with time, and hopefully this one will too. The photographs will change as different images are taken, this blog will become the rambling of someone waiting in airports or for a weather window. Hopefully I’ll be able to show off some of my latest work, however it won’t always be possible due to exclusivity agreements, but when I can show you my newest yachting photography I will.
I also hope to provide useful photography hints, tips and techniques along the way, so pop back every now and again, you never know I might spout something useful once in a while! Also if you have any questions about my work, drop me a line, and I’ll get back to you.
One last thing, I don’t want to hold you up from looking at my photographs, but I’d like to add a quick thanks to the people who made my webvision reality: Jason, from Lunchtime Publishing who created my logo and brand identity, Mark from MPAD, an old school friend who has been running his own marketing, advertising and PR company in Cornwall for years. Most of all I’d like to thank to Matt at MPAD, the long suffering web designer, who has put my random thoughts, critical eye for detail and pretty pictures into something that looks good and works well. Cheers Guys