Islands of Birds

I made these photographs around a small number of remote island seabird colonies. In 2017 I travelled on an expedition cruise between Leith, Edinburgh and Reykjavík, Iceland. We visited some spectacular remote islands along the way, which are either sparsely inhabited or even uninhabited by humans, being more the domains of seabirds. The islands featured include Bass Rock and the Isle of May in the Firth of Forth, Scotland, Noss in Shetland, and the small islands of Grímsey, Vigur and Flatey in Iceland. These images record my encounters with the wildlife in these amazing locations.

Islands of Birds was exhibited in 2018 at The Edge Café, Cambridge.