Peter initially worked as a sports photographer for many of the British national newspapers, including the Daily Telegraph and the Times.
From the late 80s until 2000 he specialized in equestrian subjects, traveling around the world to major national and international sporting events and photographing breeds, equestrian personalities, as well as feature assignments for specialist magazines.
In 2008 Peter sold his collection of equestrian photography to concentrate fully on wildlife, nature and environmental subjects although occasional sports shoots brings him back to his photographic roots.
Using the experience from shooting several Olympic Games Peter worked for VANOC as Photo Manager at Whistler Olympic Park during the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics.
Peter now resides on Gabriola Island, a beautiful island just 8 miles long by 2.5 miles wide, a 20-minute ferry ride from Nanaimo, Vancouver Island, British Columbia.