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As a child, Andrew spent many summer days with his Father
photographing wildflowers and butterflies in the dunes and
hedgerows of North Devon. After Art College he got the chance to
work for photographer Philip Dowell who taught him the importance
of design, light and detail in a photograph, and much more
Andrew is now one of Britain's leading photographers of gardens
and building exteriors. His work has been widely published in
books and magazines. He was commissioned to take photographs for an
illustrated edition of W.G. Hoskins's classic 'The Making of the
English Landscape.' Later Andrew teamed up with the writer Bill
Laws to produce "Old English Farmhouses" a celebration of
vernacular building. Other books include London, a photographic
portrait, which won critical acclaim.
For many years as a regular photographer for the National Trust
Andrew has worked in some of England's finest gardens and stately
homes. He feels privileged to have spent so much quiet time, alone
at dawn and dusk in these beautiful places.
Recently Andrew has been commissioned to photograph His Royal
Highness The Prince of Wales's gardens at Highgrove.
Andrew tames a small wild garden in London, where he lives with
his partner and two children.
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A misty dawn in Morden Hall Park, London.
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View from beyond the Canal showing the lake, walled garden, summer house, church and Rotunda at Ickworth, Suffolk.
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A view towards the East end of the Abbey church showing the great East window arch at Fountains Abbey, North Yorkshire.
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Looking down the interior of the north walk of the Cloisters at Lacock Abbey, Wiltshire.
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The corrugated iron buildings at the Gold Mine, with several trucks running on rail tracks to carry away spoil at Dolaucothi Gold Mines, Llanwrda, Carmarthenshire.
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Herbaceous borders and 'First Flight' a bronze statue by Albert Bruce Joy in the Statue Garden at Overbeck's, Salcombe, Devon.
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The moated fourteenth-century Scotney Castle, Kent, on a beautifully still, though stormy day.
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View over the compartmentalised hedging of the Dahlia Walk towards the Shelter House at Biddulph Grange Garden, Staffordshire.
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The East Wing at Ickworth House, Suffolk.
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The cast iron bridge over the River Wandle in Morden Hall Park, London.