My passion for photography stems from childhood memories. Family trips to the Highlands and Aviemore introduced me to Scotland’s wild beauty. Walking the West Highland Way several times and camping in remote locations gives me a sense of belonging which I forever seek on my trips.

What I love about photography is the ability to see something beautiful and capture it forever, particularly the images that remind one of time spent in the wild.

I have also served on the committee of the University of Edinburgh's Photographic Society as both Secretary and in charge of Trips. In addition I have been hired for events and private portrait sessions and was employed as the chief photographer at an American summer camp.

I welcome all comments and questions regarding any aspect of my photography so please do not hesitate to contact me.

All images and dialogue are copyright owned by Neil Coffey and cannot be copied, used or distributed without prior permission.


Loch Achilty, Torrachilty Forest, Highland Landscape format
(Contains 125 photos)
These are pictures in the popular landscape format.
The Forth Bridges from South Queensferry, West Lothian Panoramic format
(Contains 118 photos)
A collection of pictures in my favourite format, very well suited to Scotland's varied landscape.
River Coe & two of The Three Sisters, Glen Coe, Highland Portrait format
(Contains 24 photos)
A collection of images in a portrait fashion.
The Wallace Monument from Stirling Castle Cities & Towns
(Contains 13 photos)
A collection of images from the more urban places I've visited.
Capercaillie, Rothiemurchus Forest, Cairngorms Wildlife
(Contains 4 photos)
A collection of Scottish wildlife I have encountered on my travels.
3x2-portrait-example Finished Prints
(Contains 4 photos)
This portfolio showcases examples of finished prints available and can be customized on request.
On Stac Pollaidh, May 2008 Personal
(Contains 12 photos)
Some fun pictures of me out in the wild!