The Dauphiné Alps consists of the mountains of the Massif des Écrins, in the heart of the largest national park in France.
The Dolomites are quite different from the Alp region, and this section explores those differences.
There's nothing quite like being up in the mountains watching the light rake across the slopes of the peaks, seeing the clouds roll by and watching the shadows they create move across the landscape.
Based in Farnham, Surrey (UK) and Briancon (France), David fell in love with landscape photography and capturing the natural environment. It wasn't until around 10 years ago following a skiing trip with my wife in Andorra that being up in the mountains became appealing (I'd always been more attracted to being near the coast).
My wife has had a long held dream of moving to Briancon, and a few years ago we started to look more seriously about basing ourselves there, and made several visits to the region.
We now have a home in the old walled town of Vauban, which provides me with easy access to the Dauphine Alps.
I hope you enjoy the images on this website, and please take a look at the workshops that are on offer.