Over the years I have had thousands of pictures published in newspapers and magazines all over the world. There are too many to show them all but I would like to show you some of my favourites.
First of all I will show you my first, it was taken at the world pipe band championships, Glasgow, in 2005, and it was in the Sunday Times.
At the pipe band championships the papers always want the celebration shot of the winning band. This comes too late for the early editions, so you need to find something to send out early. The brightly coloured piper from Pakistan caught my eye and I thought it would be a good idea to contrast him with a traditionally dressed piper. Luckily I found the boy nearby and asked him if he would pose for a picture, which he did.
This one is from last year when I was sent to Monaco with a journalist to track down the ex Rangers owner Craig Whyte, who had just sent the club into administration and had disappeared.
It was printed in the Daily Record and was one of the hardest jobs I have done. We had been searching for about four days when I saw a lone figure with unmistakable googly eyes walking towards me. I managed to get a few frames before he ducked into a back alley never to be seen again.
This one is from the Evening Times and was of a boy who was flung down a hole in the ground and trapped by a gang from a nearby estate. It is extremely hard to get a picture into the Evening Times, so it was very satisfying to get a picture on the front page.
This was a shoot I did for the Sunday Mail, Right at Home Magazine and is of interior design duo Colin and Justin in their town house in the west end of Glasgow.
I have been lucky enough to get picture of the week in the Sunday Times on a number of occasions. This one is no 3 and the girl jumping has just received her exam results and passed them all.
This is the top picture and it is paint exploding on a block of flats in Glasgow. It was being filmed for a Sony Bravia TV advert.
Second picture down is mine and it is a dancer at the west end festival in Glasgow.
Below is actor and comedian Sanjeev Singh Kohli who is best known for his part as Navid Harrid in the BBC comedy Still Game. This was in the Sunday Mail.
Here is the Rangers captain Lee McCulloch in the Sunday Mail. It was very rewarding as I dont cover very much sport.