James McCormick

Building his roots in photography working as a Reuter’s photographer in Africa, he covered almost the entire continent before moving back to the UK to work as the photographer for Capital Radio in London. He spent most of the 1990’s photographing the elite of the music industry, such as Prince, Bon Jovi, and Madonna, travelling all over the world in the process. "I love the challenge of photographing people. Some may have huge egos, some may not speak my language, and some may not want their photo taken at all. Mind-managing these people and overcoming problems is all part of what I love doing in order to get the image I am after."

James lectures for the Royal Photographic Society in London, and also hosts workshops on street photography. He undertakes a range of commercial work from some of the world’s most recognisable companies such as Microsoft, Panasonic, and Vodafone to name just a few.

  • "What a great trip! Thank you and Harry for all your expert guidance in the Dolomites."
    Judy (Dolomites 2016)
  • "I came home from the trip having had an experience that will stay with me forever."
    Lynn (China 2015)
  • "An amazing experience and one which I would love to do again."
    Ali (Dolomites 2016)
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  • Dolomites

    The Italian Dolomites are some of the most dramatic and majestic mountains on the planet. These unique peaks offer endless photo opportunities, and we stay in remote mountain refuges to ensure we are in the right place at the right time. Read More
  • St. Kilda

    The archipelago of St. Kilda lies 100 miles out into the North Atlantic from mainland Scotland, and is the UK's only double World Heritage Site. We are the only company with permission to run photo holidays to this unique world class location. Read More
  • Utah

    The landscapes of Utah are among the most photogenic places on the planet, and we've put together an amazing itinerary which includes some of the most stunning off-the-beaten-track locations. Read More
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