Incredible erupting volcano of Mount Bromo – NomadicImagery
About NomadicImagery Stock Photography Company
Offering Premium Quality Digital Downloads direct from the source Photographer.
Specializing in Travel Photography and Commercial Photography the Artist has 25 years worth of travelling experience wielding a camera (his weapon of choice) throughout places such as Europe, North Africa and more often than not the whole gamut of Asia from Turkey through the Indian Subcontinent to Northeast and Southeast Asia.
Has worked on Commercial Projects and Commissioned Projects, his images have been featured in prominent places such as book covers and magazines along with a wide variety of other Editorial and Commercial uses with general Photography work including Portraiture and Weddings. Not to mention numerous Post Processing Jobs.
To provide Stock Photo Images for Commercial or Promotional projects in digital and print media at a fraction of the price of the major Stock Photography Companies.
Stock Photo Image Uses Include :
- Books, Magazines, Newspaper, Catalogues etc.
- Printing: Posters, Billboards, Postcards, Wall Decoration etc.
- Product Packaging, Mugs, T-Shirt’s etc
- Presentation, Video, Commercial TV, Films
Who am I?
Here’s the punchline, if you have got this far read on….More About Me
Fascinated about different cultures from a very young age I produced my very first serious project on the Laplanders (Sami people) of northern Scandinavia/Russia at the age of ten during my formative school years in England. At an even younger I was sleep walking out of the house, fortunately my Mother was a light sleeper and would drag me back to bed before I disappeared. I have also been told there were spells where I would attempt to runaway to some far off imaginary land with a local girl, this at the age of 7! Needless to say, I never got very far, at the time…
A little over ten years after my Laplander project I finally got the chance, at the tender age of 21 during the early nineties after resigning from my job to travel further afield and disembarked for Asia. This first trip went on for a year and a half and took me throughout Southeast Asia (SEA), India and the Subcontinent, giving me time to explore the magical cultures and distant lands I had once dreamt of as a kid.
Since then I have climbed numerous peaks in Asia, Africa and Europe to feel the solitude and peace of the high places, frolicked on idyllic white sand beaches, trekked through jungles teeming with tropical flora and fauna and enjoyed some of the Worlds best food and the Company of incredibly hospitable and generous people to which I am forever indebted too.
But what has this got to do with Photography?
Indeed! Enough about me…
Needless to say I would have been crazy not to have wanted to document some of the things I was seeing and experiencing along the way hence I picked up a camera and did just that but much later on. Years of travel previous to this I have nothing more than memories and a few snapshots taken with 35mm Ricoh compact film camera. Back in the day we didn’t have email, internet and smartphones, all that has changed now!
I started off documenting Tribal Peoples of Asia due to their diminishing numbers and the need to record for historical reasons these dying breeds! And on it went from there, working commercially on various projects and amassing a vast library of images through travel, part of which are available here on NomadicImagery.
The Nomadic lifestyle has not only been one of travelling but also settlement, having lived in such far flung countries as India, Malaysia, Japan, Netherlands and Indonesia. Presently based in Bali and the U.K.
Please do get in touch as soon as possible if you have any questions or if you have any specific image needs or would like to commission me by using the Contact Form or email me directly: [email protected]
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