About

Michael is a Filmmaker and Landscape photographer based in Stirlingshire, on the edge of Scotland’s beautiful Trossachs National Park.

 

Michael trained as a graphic designer and has now has worked as a freelance television producer and director for over 25 years, making a wide variety of programmes and arts documentaries for BBC and Channel4. Michael combines his career in television with his passion for traditional film and digital photography, and spends much of his time exploring and photographing landscapes throughout Scotland and the rest of the UK.

 

Recently Michael’s landscape work has been highly commended and published by the Scottish Landscape Photographer of the Year competition. During 2016 Michael was employed by the BBC to take on set publicity stills and document the BBC Brontë drama ‘To Walk Invisible’ directed by Sally Wainwright. An exhibition of this work is on show throughout 2017 at the Brontë Parsonage Museum in Howarth.

 

Michael is currently working on a number of personal projects based closer to home including ‘WORKHORSE – The Clydesdales of Flanders Moss’. The results of this five-year study are now being exhibited at The Park Gallery, Falkirk.