My name is Jeremy Cooper. I live in Wolverton, which was built as a 19th century railway town on the Grand Union canal, half way between London and Birmingham. It is now part of the new city of Milton Keynes in north Buckinghamshire.

I'm a retired BBC TV producer - I made documentaries (mainly on l Read more...

My name is Jeremy Cooper. I live in Wolverton, which was built as a 19th century railway town on the Grand Union canal, half way between London and Birmingham. It is now part of the new city of Milton Keynes in north Buckinghamshire.

I'm a retired BBC TV producer - I made documentaries (mainly on location) to accompany distance-learning Social Science courses produced by the Open University (based in Milton Keynes).

I now enjoy shooting and/or editing videos, and designing websites - sometimes for payment.

I've been a stills photographer since I was in my teens.

I shoot almost entirely documentary images, using minimal lighting and minimal post-production (I include conversion to monochrome in that!).

My main kit is an Olympus OM-D EM-1 mark II, with the Oly 17mm f1.8 lens, the Oly 12-200mm zoom and a Samyang 8.5mm fisheye.

I use a Sony RX100 3 as a walkabout (in pocket!) camera, and use my phone camera too (currently a Moto G6 Play).

You can see lots more of my photography on my oliophoto website.

My professional (video and web) site is here.

Thanks!

Portrait by Bill Gordon