Richard is a British landscape photographer living and working in the Yorkshire Dales National Park. With his wife, Polly, Richard owns and runs  The Old School Muker Art Gallery & Craft Centre situated in the village of Muker, set within the stunning surroundings of Upper Swaledale. Richard is also Muker's foremost cajon & bongo player.

Featured Image: Kisdon Woods, Swaledale, part of the Swaledale collection.

For all enquiries about Richard's work, photography workshops, commissions, events and bongo playing, please contact him at The Old School Muker.

Twelve Views of Kisdon 

The exhibition runs from 16th - 27th September at The Station in Richmond, then at the Yorkshire Dales National Park Centre at Bainbridge from October to December. 

The exhibition centres around 12 essays, written by people with a strong connection and understanding of Kisdon Hill in Upper Swaledale, accompanied by  over 30 photographs, printed on both aluminium and paper, taken on or around Kisdon Hill. 

The profits from sales of the accompanying 34 page booklet will got towards local projects. 

For more background please visit here.

Kisdon Landscapes 

Kisdon Landscapes takes the reader on a photographic journey over and around Kisdon Hill, through the meadowlands, limestone gorges, heather clad moorland, mires and ancient woodland, that make Kisdon so special. The journey begins at Loaning End on Birkdale Common, where the Swale begins, and ends at Ivelet Bridge, where Kisdon’s influence finally wains.

​A must for lovers of Upper Swaledale



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