About Norfolk based father and son photographers John Duckett and Oliver Duckett

John Duckett is a Norfolk Landscape Photographer specialising in photography of the Norfolk Coast, Broads and Countryside and has been producing work on a semi-professional basis since 2004. Over the years John’s photographs have appeared in magazines, calendars and books, as well as on greetings cards, brochures and websites. He has produced work for clients as diverse as the National Trust and Shell UK to local Bed & Breakfasts and small artisan bakers. His fine-art photography has made it as far as France, Spain, Canada and the USA, as well as Australia and New Zealand and lead to him being Highly Commended in the Landscape Photographer of the Year competition 2011, with his image being published in the 2011 book and included in the London exhibition. He has previously published 3 books of Norfolk photographs in partnership with Halsgrove and had images used by Woodfordes Brewery.

(Photo credit - The above photograph of me on Cromer beach was taken by fellow Norfolk Photographer's Camera Club member Chris Elgood. Thank you Chris!)

Oliver Duckett When 7 years old Ollie wanted to help me with my photography we together came up with a cunning plan! We added some galleries of Ollie’s photographs to my website. All his own work he choose which images went on the site and how they should look. At that time every photograph of Ollie’s was on sale at £1 each for a 6"x4" print and this is still the case today, and every penny goes directly into Ollie's Pocket Money. Back then most of this pocket money ended up in the tills at ‘Build a Bear’
I would personally like to thank Jeanette and David at The Norfolk Gallery, Wroxham Barns, Norfolk for supporting Ollie’s photography . When an 8 year old Ollie had his photography for sale in an art gallery! This is thanks to the wonderful generosity of Jeanette and David. Not only that but he's sold more framed prints then his poor old Dad!
When just 8 Ollie entered his first photographic competition 'Take A View' Landscape Photographer of the year, a national competition where he was in the same category as young people up to the age of 18. However this didn’t stop Ollie getting shortlisted for his photograph of the beach huts at West Mersea.
Now 9 years old and his photography is going from strength to strength.