Photography has been an important part of my life since I got my first manual SLR back in the early 1980s. I started out using black-and-white film and learned how to develop and print the results. I built my own darkroom while I was in the army and my enthusiasm for the medium meant I was soon co-opted into becoming the Regimental Photographer. When I went to university to study photography I had the time and support to try new ways of working with photography. The gradual growth of digital technology allowed me to expand my work to include film, sound, and interactivity which became part of many of my installations and exhibitions. 

Throughout this journey, photography has remained my enduring passion. I have plans to go through my large negative archive and scan some of the many thousands of photographs taken on film during the 80s and 90s. This page features a small sample of my favourite photographs.

I regularly run creative photography workshops - you can find out more about these here. 

Workplaces, Derby 1988 (Colour)

A sample of photographs exploring small workplaces in Derby, 1988/1989

Workplaces, Derby 1989 (Black and White)

People and Place

A selection of street photographs taken in Bristol, Coventry and Birmingham in the mid-1980s. 

Land and Landscape

A selection of photographs taken around the UK in the last five years.

iPhone Photography - Landscape

Cameraphones have revolutionised photography, making it easier to take high-quality photographs in nearly any environment. I love its immediacy and the ease of direct editing and sharing photographs taken on the fly. I now offer workshops and courses ranging from beginners to advanced in cameraphone photography as well as DSLR. To find out more go here.

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