This Gallery comprises an example of a much larger portfolio of projects that cover the full spectrum of photographic techniques, styles and composition.
Daniel works as a Communications Specialist, supporting Christian and Faith Groups develop successful websites. Part of that support is provided through the development of photographic projects that capture the active elements of mission and praise in a supportive and contemporary way.
We strongly believe that the right photograph can be more effective in communicating a message than pages of text. Daniel approaches each project based on the 'brief' outlined by the client, ensuring at all times that the final results fit with their ongoing outreach and mission support.
We invite you to browse through our galleries. All proceeds from the sale of Church photographs will be donated back to the church from which they originate.
If you would like Daniel to talk with you about your potential for photographic exploration, then please get in touch: email@example.com or telephone him on: 01760 759094
St Dyfnog Church in Llanrhaeadr has the oldest Jesse window in Wales. An immaculate 15th century stained glass window adorns the east window of the north nave, outlining the lineage of Jesus.
Last updated 27 Jan 2009
All Saints' in Mattishall is a lively church in the heart of Norfolk, near the central town of Dereham. Worship at All Saints' is expressive and allows people to enter the church at a level that is comfortable to them.
Last updated 12 Sep 2008
The Reepham Benefice is situated in the heart of rural Norfolk. Made up of 4 parishes and 5 churches, the benefice covers 17 square miles, 3,000 people and some of the most spectacular church architecture in the county.
Last updated 30 Nov 2009
St Oswald's, Lower Peover, is one of the oldest timber framed churches in Europe and has a collection of superb stained glass windows throughout. Over Peover is notable for its medieval past and its links with General Patton during WWII.
Last updated 2 Jul 2008
Selby Abbey is unique. As a building it is magnificent; as history it is much of England; as an institution it is tainted with wickedness and also touched by God. Other churches have the size and beauty, but Selby has the combination that puts it alone.
Last updated 1 Jul 2008
This beautiful 15th century Church is to be found just off the Market Place in Swaffham. Despite the closeness to the bustling town it offers a haven of peace where rabbits happily feed and play between the gravestones and birdsong drowns out the traffic.
Last updated 1 Feb 2008
Salle Church in Norfolk is one of the largest parish churches in the United Kingdom, serving a populated community of fewer than 500 people. The church remains virtually unaltered since the 15th century.
Last updated 13 Oct 2007
AT ALL SAINTS', we describe our church as 'a church rich in spirituality; a church of faith; a church of prayer and praise. Which is what we are - the oldest Christian foundation in the town, with a wonderful prayerful tradition EXTENDING 1000 YEARS
Last updated 2 Jul 2008
St Barnabas Church in the small village of Waunarlwydd sits overlooking the Loughor Estuary and the coast as it stretches to West Wales. The photographs in this gallery were taken as part of an online project to promote the work of the church.
Last updated 3 Sep 2007
Explore the richness, depth and colour of the Welsh landscape through the seasons. Embrace the vast beauty and tranquility of the Welsh valleys, beaches, towns and mountains. Explore the many levels that make Wales so special.
Last updated 14 Oct 2007