Selected individual exhibitions

Writers' portraits/Young Music Makers, Swiss Cottage Library, London, 1974.
The Oldest Road, An Exploration of the Ridgeway, Anthony Stokes Gallery, London, and simultaneously at the Photographic Gallery, University of Southampton, 1975; subsequent tours of the UK, also by the Photographers Gallery, London.
The Drovers' Roads of Wales,  Anthony Stokes Gallery, London, and simultaneously at the Oriel Bookshop, Welsh Arts Council, Cardiff, 1977, and toured by the Photographers Gallery, London.
The Oil Rush, Aberdeen Art Gallery, 1977, also shown at The National Theatre, London, and toured Scotland, as well as to Denmark and Norway).
The Drovers' Roads of Wales and The Ridgeway, Chester Arts Centre, 1978.
The Calder Valley (from Remains of Elmet), Anthony Stokes Gallery, London, and simultaneously at Impressions Gallery, York, 1979, and national tour.
Selected Landscapes and Portraits, Yuen Lui Gallery, Seattle, 1979.
Selected Landscapes, Aarhus Photographic Museum, Denmark, 1980.
East Neuk,Crawford Arts Centre, St Andrews, 1980.
Romney Marsh, Anthony Stokes Gallery, London, and simultaneously at Rye Art Gallery, Sussex, 1981, toured nationally by Photogallery, St Leonards-on-Sea, Sussex.
The Saxon Shore Way, Photogallery, St Leonards-on -Sea, Sussex, 1983, with subsequent national tour.
The Whisky Roads of Scotland, Crawford Arts Centre, St Andrews, 1983, subsequent tour.
Portraits of Writers, Midland Arts Centre, Birmingham, 1983.
Landscape Photorgraphs,a British Council exhibition, starts international tour, 1984.
Land,Serpentine Gallery, London, 1985, then national tour in UK.
Land,Yale Centre for British Art, USA, 1986
Literary portraits, The Poetry Society, London; Kettles Yard, Cambridge; Birmingham and Ilkley Literary Festivals, and at The Photographers Gallery, 1986.
Bradford in Colour, The National Museum of Photography, Film & Television in Bradford, 1988.
Land,Stanford Museum of Art, USA, 1988.
Our forbidden land, The Royal Photographic Society, Bath, 1990, with subsequent national tour, 19912.
Glassworks & Secret Lives, Mead Gallery, Warwick Arts Centre, 1995 and subsequent national tour.
A Perfect Republic of Shepherds, at The Wordsworth Trust, Grasmere, 1997.
The Saxon Shore Way, Whitstable Museum, 1999.
Alchemy, new colour work at Penny School Gallery, Kingston, London, 2000.
Landmarks, major retrospective exhibition at the Barbican Centre, London, from 26 July - 30 September 2001 and subsequent tour
The accompanying publication, Landmarks, includes an essay by photographic historian Roger Taylor, and an introduction by poet Simon Armitage.  The book is also published by Dewi Lewis.
Colourworks, Battle, East Sussex, June 2003.
Synergy, Kingston College of Art & Design, London, March 2004.

Selected group exhibitions

The Land: 20th Century Landscape Photography, selected by Bill Brandt, Victoria and Albert Museum, London, 1976.
Wales, Mostyn Art Gallery, Llandudno, Wales, 1979.
The Arts Council Collection 19421978, Hayward Gallery, London, 1980.
Fairies, Brighton Arts Gallery and Museum, Sussex, 1980.
Presences of Nature: Words and Images of the Lake District, Carlisle Museum, 1982, subsequent national tour.
National Gallery of Modern Art, Edinburgh, 1984.
Callanish, An Lanntair, Stornoway, 1995 and subsequent tour.
Fleeting Arcadias, Landscape photography from the Arts Council Collection, touring exhibition 2000 on.