My name is Jeremy Cooper. I live in Wolverton, "The First Railway Town", built in north Buckinghamshire by the Grand Union canal, half way between London and Birmingham. It is now part of the new city of Milton Keynes.

I'm a retired BBC TV producer - I made documentaries (mainly on location) to acc Read more...

My name is Jeremy Cooper. I live in Wolverton, "The First Railway Town", built in north Buckinghamshire by the Grand Union canal, half way between London and Birmingham. It is now part of the new city of Milton Keynes.

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 - but seldom for payment nowadays.

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

I shoot almost entirely documentary images, using available 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 12-200mm zoom permanently fitted, and with an Oly 17mm, an Oly 30mm Macro and a Samyang 8.5mm fisheye in reserve.

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!