Phil (a.k.a Morpheus71) is an emerging landscape photographer – based in Totnes, South Devon, UK. He is incredibly lucky to live between stunning beaches and fantastic moorland – he loves walking in the moors, climbing the cliffs and catching waves.

He is passionate about using visual imagery to capture the emotions, atmosphere and action of his subjects. His highly detailed work reflects his passion for rich light, colour and contrasting textures.

Phil is a part time Careers Advisor and occasionally works an outdoor pursuits instructor.

a link to his main website (for Fine Art Giclee prints on cotton-rag paper) is here

his regular thought provoking blog ‘Phil-osophy on Landscape Photography’ is here

Photo Competition successes:

1st Prize in Dartmoor National Park Authority’s ‘Winning Landscapes’ photo competition 2012

1st Prize in Devon Hedges Photo Competition 2011 :)

3rd place in ‘Water in Devon Life’ photo competition 2011

Winner of the ‘Living the View’ category in the South Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty 50th Anniversary Photo Competition 2010 for my ‘Boof’ photo – image exhibited over summer 2010 at Harbour House Gallery in Kingsbridge

Winner of the ‘Work, Rest & Play’ category in the Torbay Geopark ‘My Geopark’ Photo Competition June 2010

1st place – Tamar Valley Tourism Association Photo Competition 2009 (Photo ‘The Passage’)

2nd place Green Energy UK Photo Competition 2009

Shortlisted for Tanqueray/ Magnum Photos ‘A Taste for Life’ Competition 2009

Shortlisted (final 10) for Spirit of the Southwest photo competiton in 2009 (judged by the doyen of English landscape photography, Charlie Waite) (Photo was ‘Boof’)

Shortlisted (final 10) for Forestry Stewardship Council’s Spring Photo Competition 2011 (Photo was ‘The Trail’)

Work selected for 20th Century Plymouth Architecture exhibition in 2010 (Photo was ‘Plymouth N.A.F.F.I’)

A selection of my work is now exhibited and for sale at:

Homeframe Gallery at the HQ Building, Union Street in Plymouth.

Bistro 67 in Totnes, Devon.

Lime Square Gallery* in Ivybridge.

‘Morpheus71’ was a name used for my urban art & graffiti projects :)

Thanks very much for taking the time to look at the images :)

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  • Age: 43
  • Joined: March 2008


Moor to Sea - solo exhibition 3rd to 8th Dec 2012

I am putting on my first solo-exhibition at Birdwood House Gallery in Totnes, Devon from 3rd to 8th December 2012 – entitled ‘Moor to Sea’ / A 3 year journey of exploration of the rugged coasts of Devon, Dorset & Cornwall, through the bucolic rolling hills of the South Hams and into to the river valleys and high-moorland plateau of Dartmoor National Park. / Please feel free …
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Food for Thought...

It seemed to me recently that one could look at landscape photography on occasions as being like cooking a meal. … / …..see the blogazine article here:
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Autumn Photography Workshop on Dartmoor

Autumnal Dartmoor Photography Workshop / Saturday 27th October 2012 / The aim of the course is to develop creative vision within the context of an artistic approach to landscape photography. Autumn is a sublime time within the year to embrace the changing and contrasting colours of the woodland valleys of Dartmoor – ideal for producing images with an emotional or visceral depth. / Participants wi…
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I felt very honoured to see my ‘Aeon Flux’ panorama featured within an news article on a Joe Cornish Workshop being run in April 2012, by the wonderful and highly respected Bangwallop photography gallery in Salcombe. / Many thanks to Lorna and Jack for that honour and to the legendary Joe Cornish from whom I learnt a great deal from his excellent style of teaching. / …. here i…
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