Biography

I am a freelance photographer and amateur cinematographer based in Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, UK. My work varies from dramatic coastal shoots through to rolling landscapes and portraits.

I shoot mainly with a small GF1 (micro 3/4) camera with a fixed 20mm 1.7 lens. I sometimes change this for my Nikon DSLR but i prefer the more ‘natural’ results from the smaller lens and body of the panasonic with it being more discreet.

My other interests are my family, friends, food, wine, photography and architecture.

This blog details my life through my lens and I hope to share with you what I shoot and to hopefully reach a wider audience.

Prints can be ordered framed/unframed. Please contact me directly in regards to using any of these images for commercial use or for any other queries regarding photography bookings.

This website and its content is copyright of McCarthy – © Greg McCarthy 2012. All rights reserved.
You may not, except with express written permission, distribute or commercially exploit the content. Nor may you transmit it or store it in any other website or other form of electronic retrieval system.

Any inquires please get in touch Greg.McCarthy@unn.ac.uk

Thank you.

9 thoughts on “Biography

    • Hi Christy,

      Thanks for checking out my blog, its still in the process of finding itself an audience so im pleased you found it. Should be some more pics coming next week if i can get my camera repaired in time.

      Cheers and all the best.
      Greg.

  1. Hello.. Thank you for liking my post.. You have great portfolios..
    And nice to know you live in newcasle too..
    Nice to know you (^0^)y

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