Chris Hotton is an award winning photographer who lives in Marlow, Buckinghamshire on the banks of the River Thames. His principal interests include landscape and seascape photography, architectural and automotive photography as well as travel. Recently Chris published his first book “A Day on the River Thames”, a photographic record of a journey by pleasure steamer on the river from Marlow to Henley-on-Thames. Further books are planned for the future, including a photo history of Cornish Tin Mining and a photographic study of life on the middle reaches of the River Thames.
 
Chris is a previous winner of the Fort William Mountain Festival Landscape Photographic Competition for work he did in Glencoe Scotland. He has also worked in Spain and the United States of America, Bermuda and Istanbul.
 
This website is a showcase for Chris's work and will be updated regular throughout the year, so if you have enjoyed your visit please come again. Chris also publishes a photographic blog, which contains more of his images and is also updated frequently. You can be re-directed to this blog clicking the "Blog" button at the top of the page 
 
 
 
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All images on this site are protected by the Copyright, Design and Patents Act 1988. None may be copied, duplicated, stored, reproduced, published or transmitted by any means, other than with the written permission of Chris Hotton.