A Photographic Treat From Ieuan Morris

We have called upon Ianto Môr (Ieuan Morris) on a number of occasions when we have needed local photographs to illustrate an article or when we have needed a good photographer to cover an event. When we lost all our images recently due to technical difficulties, we asked him to please send some more. We are so pleased that not only has he sent some of the more local images the magazine lost, but, as he has just returned from his travels in the East, some new images with an exotic sun-filled flavour.


I was born in Pembrokeshire, brought up and attended school here before pursuing a career in law in London. Since retirement from almost 40 years in practice as a barrister in Cardiff, I have rekindled my keen interest in photography. My full-time commitment to photography enables me to compose a visual form of art that I hope will be aesthetically pleasing to others. The spectacular scenery of the Pembrokeshire coastline has provided me with the opportunity to capture landscape and seascape images taken against a backdrop of the unique light that this corner of South West Wales provides. I have recently become particularly interested in portraiture and street life, focusing upon the impromptu mood and photogenic quality of characters that I have encountered both at home and abroad. Travelling to overseas countries has greatly enhanced those opportunities. I have been privileged to receive commissions to photograph The Edge festival held annually in Solva, the Pembrokeshire County Show and Picton Castle Craft Fair, and to conduct work with a number of websites. I am currently assigned to the Athena Picture Agency, Swansea.

Ieuan Morris



Kitty Parsons

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  1. April 10, 2020

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