These images are part of a long-term project looking into the ancient forest of Sherwood, Sciryuda.  Sciryuda means "The wood belonging to the Shire" and is the first documented name for the forest, given at the time of the Danelaw more than a thousand years ago.

As well as being shown in London, Edinburgh and Amsterdam, the images in this gallery have been exhibited at Worksop and West Bridgford libraries in Nottinghamshire and during 2019 were exhibited at Southwell Minster in Nottinghamshire.  Some images were published and featured in 'Window of the World' section of the August 2017 edition of Chinese Photographers Magazine.

This year, 2020 these images, along with some new work are being shown at the Spotlight Gallery, Newark Town Hall.  See here for more information.