Supported by

Our ‘Officially supported by Kase’ section consists of photographers and photographic organisations that we work with and support on an ongoing basis. These individuals and organisations all have Kase Products that they will use in many ways. This can be for photographic workshops, educational purposes,  demonstrations, or to enable them to create the content that they need professionally. We are always keen to help the photographic community where we can, and proud to provide support to those involved.



Julian Baird

Julian is  a landscape photographer based in the county of Devon, UK. You can normally find him wandering the wilds of Dartmoor or exploring the coast around Devon & Cornwall or occasionally walking in the Highlands of Scotland. His passion for these locations are at the heart of his landscape photography. Julian also shares his stories and adventures on his ever popular landscape photography blog and YouTube channel. Kase UK are thrilled to be able to support Julian in his endeavours, and continue to be highly entertained by his Vlogs and Blogs. We highly recommend you check them out.

Julians gear:

Nikon Z 7, Nikkor Z 14-30mm f/4 S, Nikkor Z 24-70mm f/4 S, Nikkor Z 24-200mm f/4-6.3 VR, Laowa 100mm f/2.8 2x Ultra Macro
Kase Filters K9, Magnetic CPL, 10 Stop ND, 6 Stop ND, 2 Stop medium grad, 2 Stop hard grad





Colin Jarvis

Colin Jarvis (MA Photo, FD Photo, PGCE, ARPS) is a professional landscape photographer based in the North West of England.

He has worked as a photographer and educator for many years and his work has been featured in books and magazines as well as exhibited in London, Liverpool and Manchester in private exhibitions and in association with the Royal Institute of British Architects. He is a skilled practitioner in both digital and large format film photography and has taught Photography in both colleges and schools and lectured at Photographic Societies.

He holds a Master of Arts in Photography and is an Associate of the Royal Photographic Society with whom he regularly runs workshops. He has appeared in the Landscape Photographer of the Year book and subsequent exhibition as well as in a number of photography journals. Colin runs residential workshops to some of the most beautiful areas of the UK including Northumberland, Glencoe, Skye, Wester Ross, Dorset, North Wales, The Lofoten Islands and Venice, along with specialised weekend workshops covering Infrared photography, Long exposure photography, Monochrome masterclasses and Post Processing workshops.





Nick Livesey

Nick Livesey is a professional landscape photographer based in the heart of Snowdonia National Park. Having spent two decades walking and climbing in all the upland areas of the UK, Nick now concentrates on photography in his home country saying, “I don’t have any desire to travel out of Wales anymore as the 823 square miles of the National Park, its surrounding areas and the coast are enough to keep me busy for several lifetimes. My ongoing love affair with this stunning region gives me enormous pleasure and getting to know North Wales intimately in all weathers and seasons is incredibly rewarding”.

As well as pursuing his mountain photography, Nick also writes for various outdoor magazines and is the author of ‘Photographing the Snowdonia Mountains’ pb fotoVUE.

Nick is also a qualified Mountain Leader and enjoys sharing his passion and knowledge of the area whilst guiding in the mountains, running workshops and hill skills courses.





Dion Hitchcock

Dion successfully runs workshops and photography meetups based out of London. He organises these through the popular website for engaging with like minded individuals.

“Want to learn and improve your photography in a fun and friendly environment in small groups with expert, professional instruction? Join one of our three photography groups where we teach in amazing locations, thoroughly researched, often difficult to get to but we include return transport from central London! Not just learning photography but a great day out in itself! Hope you can join us at an event soon!”

Dion also organises workshops further afield, make sure you you check out his website for full details.



London Meetup Groups
Fun Friendly PhotographyLondon Outdoor PhotographyLand Wild



Jim Cossey

Jim is a landscape photographer and fully qualified drone pilot, based right in the heart of the Brecon Beacons national park.

“Before becoming a professional photographer, I packed up my suitcase and headed off to the French Alps for 3 years. I ran ski and mountain bike chalets throughout the summer and winter months. It was one of the best experiences of my life and made me appreciate the seasons and landscapes around us.

I have recently moved to the beautiful Brecon Beacons national park to reconnect and draw inspiration from the beautiful surroundings.

I feel compelled to capture the beauty that is all around us whether in the warm golden light or the quiet dead of night surrounded by a trillion stars. I aim to capture emotion and meaning both in the wild corners of our island and in the heart of our bustling cities, my aim is not only to satisfy my clients but to share something remarkable in our day to day life.”

Jims Gear:

Lumix G9 and Lumix S1 with 8-18mm f2.8-4, 35-100mm f2.8, 16-35mm f4, 24-70mm f2.8, 70-200mm f4.
Kase K100 Slim holder + Magnetic CPL, 3-stop soft grad, 6 stop and 10 stop ND




Gareth Danks

Gareth is a You-tuber and Professional photographer from the gorgeous South Wales, UK.

“I adore being out and about exploring new surroundings! South Wales has so much to explore i am spoilt for choice!

Professionally I’m a commercial, wedding and event photographer and graphic designer. However my passion is travel and landscape photography.

For the past 18 years I’ve provided a multimedia service for high end commercial clients event organisers and family portraiture all over the UK and Europe.

That said, there’s nothing i enjoy more than the freedom of being out exploring with my camera and my little dog Callie. I’ve recently developed a keen interest in wild camping too which i’m sure will offer a whole new list of landscape photography opportunities.”

We love his attitude to all things photography, and love working with him to help him do what he loves.





Mathew Browne

Mathew Browne is a photographer from south Wales specialising in cityscape, architecture and night photography. His passion for travel and photography has taken him to nearly 70 countries and territories

to date. Originally a web and software developer by trade, Mathew combines his love of photography and professional background in roles with Skylum Software and the photo location sharing platform PhotoHound which he co-founded in 2018.

In 2018 his first book “Wales in Photographs”, focusing on the landscapes of Wales, was released by Amberley Publishing. His second book will focus on the architecture of London and is scheduled for a 2021 release. Both publications feature many images showcasing the Kase Wolverine 100mm system in action.

Mathews Gear:

Nikon D850
Laowa 12mm f/2.8, Sigma 14mm f/1.8, Nikkor 16-35mm f/4, Tamron 24-70mm f/2.8, Tamron 70-200mm f/2.8, Sigma 150-600mm f/5.6
Kase Wolverine 100mm system filters: Kase K9 Holder, 3 stop grad, 4 stop ND, 10 stop ND, 16 stop ND. Circular polariser.






Kersten Howard

Kersten Howard is a full time professional landscape and astro photographer from south west Wales,

where he was based from 2004 to 2017. In early 2018 Kersten moved to the Loch Lomond area of

Scotland as he fancied a ‘change of scenery’.

He has been running his own photography workshops since 2015, and in 2016 he joined Paul Gallagher, Michael Pilkington and the team at the highly acclaimed photography workshop company Aspect2i.

Kersten is an Associate of the Societies of International Nature and Wildlife Photographers (ASINWP), and has had his work featured in numerous photographic magazines.

In 2015 he had his first book published (Under Celtic Skies) by Welsh publishers Graffeg, who have also published his last 4 calendars.

Kerstens Gear:

Nikon Z7 and Nikon Z6, Nikkor Z 50mm f1.8 S, Nikkor Z 14-30mm f4 S, Nikkor Z 24-70mm f4 S, Nikkor 70-200mm f2.8

Kase Wolverine K8 holder with magnetic CPL, 3 stop, 6 stop, 10 stop & 16 stop ND, 3 stop & 4 stop reserve grad, 2 stop, 3 stop & 4 stop Soft grad, 2 stop hard grad





Peter Ribbeck

Peter Ribbeck is a multiple national award winning Landscape Photographer from Ayrshire on the West Coast of Scotland.

“I picked up my first DSLR in 2006 which was an 8 megapixel Olympus E500 – This was the beginning of a passion for photography which is still as strong today! I was a self taught amateur photographer with no academic training at all. Most of my skills were honed by trial and error, reading photography magazines and many hours down at my favourite haunt of Portencross.
Thanks to photography I have witnessed some of the most amazing lightshows and events produced by nature which I would definitely never have see if it wasn’t for photography….I am grateful for that.
Landscape photography to me is to have the drive to push yourself beyond reasoning just to be there for that moment of magic.
My shots have been commended in the Landscape Photographer of the Year competition 2008-2009- 2010- 2011- 2012- 2013- and 2017 with this year having my image as the front cover shot of the awards book . My photos have been exhibited at the National Theatre in London and have been published in the Sunday Times magazine”





Tim Wilcock

Tim is a Landscape Photographer based on the Isle of Skye, Scotland. He also has a Gallery in his home near Portree, the island’s capital, and offers Tuition, Guiding, Photo Tours and Workshops.

“I have lived here on Skye since 2007, a location which can best be described as a ‘Photographers’ paradise’.

With a landscape so varied and light so unique, it is a pleasure to spend my time trying to capture the glory that is ‘The Misty Isle’.”

Tim has some wonderful work, and will be a great guide should you consider visiting Skye, also he can demo and sell our amazing filters.





Chris Nowell (Peak Photography Project)

We are proud to support Chris Nowell on his journey as a Registered Blind Landscape Photographer.

“After losing the majority of my eye sight in Afghanistan Back in 2007. I became a proud member of blind veterans UK. It is there my love for photography was created.
This project is a way for me to describe Landscape Photography through the eyes of a blind person. Based in the Peak District, A beautiful part of the country surrounded by stunning landscapes Rock climbing and excellent walks Hills and Tors.
As well as being a member of Blind veterans UK. I’m also involved in the photography week that the charity hold yearly. Where I try to help best I can for other blinded members to learn new skills.”
Chris is available to do public Talks for Camera Clubs social groups and much more.




Dave Brightwell

Dave is a North East England based photographer specialising in both Landscape and Seascape work.

“I bought My first DSLR in early 2010 and it didn’t take long for me to find that I had a passion for Landscape and Seascape Photography. Just getting out and about with My camera and capturing the beautiful scenes that nature presents to Me makes Me feel alive and exhilarates Me. Being based in The North East of England gives Me access to some of the most wonderful and dramatic coastlines in the UK but I love to travel, especially to Scotland to try and capture the stunning scenery and places that I visit.”





Sarah Howard

Sarah  has two passions; photography and travel.

Her interest in photography was initiated by her father, himself an accomplished amateur photographer, and developed further through time spent traveling overseas. Inspired, and subsequently mentored, by the renowned UK landscape photographer Charlie Waite, she was encouraged to develop her photography further and to him owes much gratitude for helping her find her path in life.

In 2010, wishing to pass her knowledge on to others Sarah set up ‘Image Seen’ which now offers a variety of landscape photography workshops throughout the UK and Europe, as well as tailored one to one tuition.
Sarah is a keen speaker to photographic societies and also contributes regularly to the photographic press. At present, she is currently working on her second book; ‘Photographing the Cotswolds’; part of the FotoVUE guidebook series.

As a creative tool the camera has allowed me to express my love of the landscape. Photography has certainly changed my life in the sense that it’s opened my eyes and allowed me to truly ‘see’ the beauty of what is around me. Through it, I have found my vision has become more fine-tuned and I now look at my surroundings completely differently. As such, with a greater appreciation of the landscape I feel I have also developed a greater connection.





Daniel Wretham

Daniel is an award winning landscape photographer based in Dorset with over 10 years experience.

He can be found exploring all over the UK, but mainly in his home county of Dorset where he spends his time chasing light. Daniel’s love of the great outdoors led to his interest in landscape photography and the way light falls across the landscape. It was this that started a near obsession with being able to record not only the iconic locations but also exploring less well known areas and building up one of the most comprehensive portfolios of Dorset images available.

Daniel is also known for his landscape photography blog as well as writing for several photography magazines. Daniel’s light chasing requires a no compromise approach which is why he only uses Kase Filters for all his images to assure the absolute highest image quality available to capture with confidence.

Daniels Gear:

Canon EOS R, RF 15-35mm, RF 24-105 mm, EF 100-400 mm
K9 filter holder and polariser, 0.9 reverse Grad, 1.2 reverse Grad , 0.6 hard grad, 0.75 hard grad, 0.9 hard grad, 0.9 soft grad, 1.2 centre grad, 10 stop ND, 6 stop ND




John Finney

I am a full time landscape photographer based in High Peak, Derbyshire. I have always been passionate about the great outdoors, and after spending over 25-years racing mountain bikes, an injury made me look for something else. That is when I found photography.

I am a self-taught photographer and I have covered most things from commercial to wedding photography, but my love has always been landscape and weather. I now run storm chasing photography tours in the USA as well as landscape photography workshops closer to home in the UK.

My images are used commercially around the world, with many books and magazines featuring my work on front covers. I also supply the national press with storm and landscape images.

Although this is not my main priority, over time I have entered national and international photography competitions, with some success.

I have been published in the Landscape Photography of the Year award books 7 times, including winning the Classic View category in 2018.  I have also won awards in the International Landscape Photographer of the Year and the Sienna International Photo Awards.

Johns Gear:

Nikon D810 and Nikon D500, Nikkor 16-35mm f/4, Nikkor 24-120mm f/4, Nikkor 80-400mm f/5.6, Nikkor 70-200mm f/2.8

Kase K8 holder with magnetic CPL, 6-stop ND, 10-stop ND, 3-stop reverse grad, 2-stop hard grad, 3-stop hard grad, 3-stop soft grad, 2-stop medium grad





Ivor Miller

Hi my name is Ivor I live in a small ex pit  village in durham I have a passion for landscape / seascape photography especially seascapes with me living not to far from the coast , the beach is my second home  I am either on the beach with my camera or walking the beaches with my children collecting sea glass, I love the outdoors I love nature and I love been out with my camera at sunset and sunrise I cannot think of a better way to start the day than been on the beach at sunrise.

Ivors Gear:

Nikon d810, Sigma 24-105mm f/4 lens, Nikkor 70-200 f/4 lens, Nikkor 35 mm f/2 lens, Nikkor 20mm f/1.8 lens.
Kase K9 holder with 3, 6, 10, 16 stop ND filters, 3 stop medium grad, 4 stop soft grad





Simon Booth

Casting my mind back to the very beginning, my photography journey started in 1977 with a junior school trip to a Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust reserve, which had a visitor centre with a grass covered roof. Grass roofs were unheard of back then! As youngster, I was in awe that such a thing could exist for such a reason and my love of nature was set in stone from that point on. Wind the clock forward 10 years and I was given my first camera at seventeen, a Praktica MTL 3 where I began my journey in nature photography. Eventually finding my way to Canon and my photography feet, I began to write photo text packages for magazines, including BBC Wildlife, Photography Monthly, Practical Photography and Outdoor Photography along with producing stock images to the then and NHPA, Alamy and Science Photo library who I still supply to this day.

Simons Gear:

Pentax 645z Medium format body, Pentax – HD 28-45mm f4.5 AW SR, Pentax – smc 45-85mm f4.5, Pentax smc 80-160mm f4.5 , Pentax 120mm smc Macro f4
Kase K9 filter holder with magnetic polariser, 2 stop & 3 stop hard grad, 3 stop reverse grad, 3, 6 & 10 stop ND





Tom PetersTom Peters

I am a keen landscape photographer now based in Wiltshire after recently moving back from Bude. Living down in Cornwall is what really ignited my passion for everything landscape, I love the challenge of capturing a seascape image and thought that was as tough as it gets…until I came back here in the Wiltshire countryside and the wonderful woodlands that surround me. There’s just something about a sunrise in the woods that i find so addictive and trying to capture those moments on camera can be so rewarding. Since being with Kase, doing my Youtube channel and organising my workshops i have found what i was meant to do and relish being busy with my camera.

Toms Gear:

Sony A7R IV, 16-35gm f/2.8, 24-70gm f/2.8, 70-200gm f/2.8, Canon m50 (Vlogging camera)
Kase K9 – Wolverine Series Master Kit: 3 stop soft grad, 4 stop soft grad, 3 stop reverse grad, 6 stop ND, 10 stop ND and Magnetic CPL





Gareth Mon Jones

Hi im Gareth Mon Jones, a passionate photographer from Anglesey, North Wales and have been a Kase UK Champion for the last 3 years. I love photographing adverse weather seascapes and landscapes around North Wales. I also have a passion for shooting the stars in some of the darkest skies in the UK, here in Wales.
My work has been published in numerous photographic magazines over the last couple of years.
I have run a succession of astrophotography and landscape workshops as I love showing beginners why I love to shoot my area and why I’m so passionate about photography. Last year I saw myself travelling to many photography clubs around the North West, talking about my photography and trying to inspire others to enjoy there photography
I have had numerous awards for my photography, with the biggest being in 2019 when I was awarded the winner of the World Weather Photographer Of The Year by the RMETs and Outdoor Photo Of The Year in 2018.

Gareths Gear:

Nikon D810 , Nikon Z6
Kase K8 with Magnetic CPL, Kase 4 stop soft grad, Kase night filter, Kase 6-stop ND, Kase 10-stop ND






Scott Read

Scott Read is a photographer and life adventurer who calls County Durham his home. He can usually be found capturing the vast surrounding landscapes, sprawling cityscapes and the people who inhabit those spaces in our world. Fuelled with a strong work ethic, Scott continues to strive and improve his craft by drawing on the knowledge gained by over 25 years in the print, media & design industry, adopting a broad creative perspective as he ‘absorbs’ life with it’s intricacies and applies it to his photography.

​”Photography is an important part of my head space… is about discovery, life’s living flow, seeing how a heart feels in a fleeting moment, it is to be on a street, in a landscape….about a time, experiencing, understanding, learning, freedom of being, of living, of thinking….” – Scott Read.

Scotts Gear:

Nikon D5200, Tamron 10-24mm f/3.5, Nikkor 35mm f/1.8, Nikkor 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6, Tamron 70-300mm f/4-5.6
Sony A6000, Sigma 19mm f/2.8 Art, Sigma 30mm f/2.8 Art, Sigma 60mm f/2.8 Art, Sony 16mm f/2.8, Sony 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6
Kase K100 Holder with Magnetic CPL, 3 stop Soft Grad, 2 stop Hard Grad & 10 stop ND





Lea Tippett

I am a self taught photographer and have been photographing landscapes for over twenty years.

I’m a proud Cornishman who loves nothing better than photographing around the South west of the UK and especially my native county of Cornwall. Nowadays I primarily photograph in the square format aspect ratio which I have fallen in love with in recent years.

I have been a brand ambassador for Sigma-Imaging UK for many years exclusively capturing images with Sigma cameras which incorporate the unique Foveon sensor technology which produces a digital file reminiscent to film. I am also an FLM buddy for the high quality German tripod manufacturer FLM.

I have had my work published in many of the leading photographic magazines and Sigma lens and camera brochures over many years. I held my first solo landscape photography exhibition called Foveon landscapes in January 2020 where I showed 35 of my prints which were printed by myself and Kindly sponsored by Canson Infinity Fine Art papers.

I also run my own small group workshops and 1-2-1 tuition from time to time specialising in the South West of the UK and the Cornish landscape in particular.

Leas Gear:

Sigma SD QuattroH,   Sigma dp0 Quattro, Sigma fp
Sigma 14-24mm f2.8 DN Art, Sigma 24-70 f2.8 EX, Sigma 50mm f1.4 DG EX, Sigma 14mm f1.8 DG Art,  Sigma 70-200mm f2.8 DG OS Sports,

Kase K8 Holder and magnetic CPL, ND1000, 3-stop medium grad, 3-stop reverse grad,
Kase K150P holder and CPL for use with the Sigma 14-24mm f2.8 DN Art lens, 4-stop soft grad