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- Wight Pixels provide online marketing & web design services for small to medium sized businesses. Specialising in increasing return on your investment by designing attractive and useable websites that deliver results, creating & managing Search Engine Marketing campaigns and building bespoke online surveys that en-rich your customer relationships.
- A selection of fine art landscape photography of the Isle of Wight, all of the work is available to buy as prints and canvases, the site is designed to be a showcase of my scenic photography and promote the beauty of the Islands landscape. Featured locations in the wight landscapes gallery include... Freshwater Bay, Bembridge, Yarmouth, Totland Bay, Brook, Tennyson Down, Compton farm, Shanklin, Ryde, Needles lighthouse, Ventnor, Niton, Blackgang, Brighstone, Cowes, Newport, Sandown and Alum Bay
- Stock photography of lifestyle activities from around the Isle of Wight. Files available to download under 'Royalty Free' and 'Rights Managed' licenses, activities featured include Pop festivals, Cricket, Golf, Banger Racing, Bowling, Walking, Sailing, Surfing, Fishing, Scuba-diving and Paragliding.
- Flowers and plants from the Isle of Wight, presented in collections of colour co-ordinated & themed sets of prints for interior design projects, available as a collection or individually in a range of sizes and photographic finishes
- Fantasy Festivals
- Now everyone is a festival promoter... Imagine creating your very own music festival, you book your favourite bands, choose the venue and design the posters, sell as many tickets as you can, great prizes for the winners...
- The Dictionary of Image
- A website born from the 'dictionary of image' group on flickr, where a list of words have their meaning defined through the process of image and typographic solutions. This site is a closer look at a selection of my work from that group.
- Wight Surf History
- The 'Wight Surf History' Project aims to document and celebrate 50 years of surfing on the Isle of Wight. The site will tell the story of how surfing arrived and evolved on the Isle of Wight, and the characters involved over the years.