Welcome and thank you for taking the time to visit. Photography is my passion, it is also a time for me to unwind, relax and get away from the busy day to day routine. The camera has changed my life for through my photography I have learned to see the world in a new way, it has taught me to look at and appreciate my surroundings and the light much more than I ever did before. I'm so blessed to live in such a beautiful country with infinite photo opportunities. I hope you will linger and spend a few moments looking through my galleries at some of my favourites.
My photographic images are of course two dimensional, they cannot convey all that my senses would percieve while capturing them, however I hope that by sharing my images you will enjoy them and have some understanding of the experiences and emotions I have had while out with my camera.
In my Landscape photography my favourite time to capture images is the hour before and after sunrise. While most folk are still asleep, being a witness to the beginning of a new day in the stillness and freshness of the morning can be spectacular. Seeing a magnificent sunrise in its entirety or the early morning mist lingering over a loch are sights that I long to see again and again and if that means a 3am or 4am alarm then that’s fine with me, it’s absolutely worth it!
In my Studio work I try to be creative and produce images that will captivate and please, but wether I'm shooting Wildlife, Portraiture, Sport or any other genre I hope my pictures will be appreciated and enjoyed by those who view them.
Perhaps you will take the time to view and enjoy this very short video which was filmed a few weeks before the Covid-19 lockdown by Cameron Moffat a fantastic young, London based filmmaker. The video simply shows me doing what I love to do,. I hope that you will take pleasure in looking at my work and that you will want to visit again.
The copyright of all of the images displayed on this website are owned by Brian Cathie (BC Photography). You may not copy, sell, publish or distribute any of these images without written permission. Publishing the images on the internet does not mean they are “in the public domain” and does not reduce my rights in law.