Les Trois Mousquetaires including a very old selfie on film.

Behind the lens...

Being the middle of three generations of film photographers, I always feel extremely proud that photography is firmly embedded in my DNA.  My upbringing of film, piles of negatives, a red box brownie camera and the smell of the darkroom are responsible for my deep, continued interest in shooting film and traditional printing. Being in the darkroom is hugely important to me, working on Contemporary Fine Art Photography and personal projects.

I shoot with both film and pixels.  My work occupies the threshold space where the disciplines of art, design and photography overlap, merge and coexist.

To my fuel vision, quality time spent at the Manchester School of Art and University of Gloucestershire covered these three disciplines, culminating with an MA in Fine Art Photography and papers written on Colour Psychology - all of which continue to feed in to and directly influence my work.  As a result of my research into Minimalism, I have become fascinated by Japanese Aesthetics which has influenced my photographic style.

My research into Colour - its origins, meanings and psychology continues...

I am available for commissions and bespoke projects.