My photographs are driven by a physical, intellectual and emotional response to the subject, whether it's architecture, a landscape or an object found in a museum. Sometimes the approach is confrontational, in particular with architecture, sometimes employing the role of a casual but incisive observer.
Taking photographs is a constant and rewarding pleasure, the chosen subjects are diverse and varied, often inspired by travel, always looking for a fresh view.
Landscape, in particular, the coastal landscape is a constant source of learning. Along the way, there are visits to museums, stately homes, cities, towns, and their streets. The busyness of cities and the tranquillity of a remote landscape offer highly contrasting but equally revealing opportunities for image making.
There is a quiet stillness in much of my work, a distillation of visual imagery to give a simplified clarity to the photographs. If this is not sufficient, multiple images can be used to convey this.
The historic and contemporary worlds are equally represented.
Limited Edition Archival Inkjet (Giclée) Prints.
My work has been exhibited three times at the Summer Exhibition - Royal Academy of Arts, London.