After growing up in the Scottish Borders, Jamie headed south to the Royal Agricultural College, Cirencester. Having completed his education in one piece Jamie returned north and settled in Newcastle. Sometime was spent in the Property sector but the call of the countryside coincided with Jamie’s increasing interest in photography and what was once a hobby turned into a profession. Check out the results at www.triggerfingerphotographer.com
As well as enjoying all countryside pursuits Jamie is a long time suffering supporter of Scottish rugby and Newcastle United. When not participating himself he is a keen follower of a wide variety of sports and also enjoys cooking up a storm in the kitchen to fuel his appetite for the next screwball running challenge that he foolhardily decides to take on.
Hails from the Scottish Borders and enjoys casting a line for the odd salmon, playing rugby and shooting.. After following his brother through The Royal Agricultural College, David returned home and is now running the family farm with help of his wife Katie.
He enjoys the challenge of training his faithful Labrador Chester, cheering on Scotland at Murrayfield and playing as many sports as possible.
Born and brought up on a farm near Uppingham, Rutland, katie moved to the Scottish Borders into Scotland after she met David at The Royal Agricultural College. She is a Rural surveyor during the week but she is equally at home driving a tractor or looking after her herd of cattle. In her spare time she takes part in British Eventing competitions riding her horse tadpole, as well as enjoying a game of tennis and showing the guys how its done on the shooting field!
Glen was persuaded to cross the Irish Sea and settle in Jedburgh after meeting Louise, a Borders lass, when he was in Australia. Louise is a top notch baker and regularly supplies us with a delicious selection of puddings and cakes. Glen and Lousie have two young sons, Finn and Ollie.
When Glen is not busy running his plastering business he is likely to have a gun or a rod in his hand, either aiming for a high pheasant or teasing an elusive brown trout from one of the local rivers.
Glen is not only extremely knowledgeable and enthusiastic about country sports and but he also adds a touch of Irish charm to the Rule Valley team.
Chester runs the show and has the final say on all business decisions. In his spare time he likes sleeping in the pickup, roaming round the farm and doing tricks for treats. He is also in training to be a top gun dog and has come around to the idea of picking up clays!