TALES FROM WILD WALES To read some of my thoughts on photography and related subjects, and see some new images, please see my blog here.
WALES AT WATERS EDGE
The exhibition will be at Aberystwyth Arts Centre
from July 13th - September 7th.
at Aberystwyth Arts Centre
on Thursday August 8th
at 6 pm.
will be running a landscape photography workshop at Aberystwyth Arts Centre
from Thursday August 29th - Sunday September 1st.
The WILD WALES / CYMRU WYLLT 2014 CALENDAR is now available. To buy a copy online, please click here to begin the ordering process.
HIGHLY COMMENDED IMAGE - BWPA 2012 AWARDS Starlings on Aberystwyth Pier; for further details see this blog post
WALES AT WATERS' EDGE - A COASTAL JOURNEY In recent years several other photographers have tackled the Welsh coast in their books, but each has left me frustrated. One might imagine, for example, that it consisted only of pristine beaches and sunsets or boats bobbing in tranquil harbours. Wales at Waters' Edge shows instead how the often magnificent Welsh coastline is at the same time a multi-faceted beast with all kinds of human impacts and connections.
is now available in an English edition - "Wales at Waters Edge" -
with text by Jon Gower. and a Welsh-langauge version - "Cymru - ar ei Glannau"
(with Dei Tomos). Both are published by Gomer Press priced £19.99.
For more information and a review click
or go to the "Publications" link above.
based on the photographs in the book will be shown from July 13th - September 7th 2013, at Aberystwyth Arts Centre.
To see a selection of the images click on the relevant gallery above. To see a short slideshow go to the BBC website.
PEMBROKESHIRE - JOURNEYS AND STORIES
was published by Gomer Press in June 2011. It contains over 100 of Jeremy Moore's photographs and a very substantial text by the author and TV presenter Trevor Fishlock. For a sample of the photographs, see the "Pembrokeshire" gallery above. For more information about the book click here
You can see every one of my Wild Wales / Cymru Wyllt postcards on the new website www.wildwalespostcards.co.uk.
WILD WALES PHOTOGRAPHY during summer 2012 I became aware of this website, the owner of which also lives near Aberystwyth. Having seen the photographs, one has to wonder why he chose the name. At the time of writing he has taken his website down, and I hope this situation can be made permanent.