The Person Behind The Lens
My photographs are both an emotional and rational response to what I experience. I thrive in creating stories and documenting my response through my work
Inspired and influenced by some of the great photographers past and present, I aim to describe unfolding scenes in the way in which I have experienced them, both emotionally and physically.
Just as Nan Shepherd in ‘The Living Mountain‘, Roger Deakin in ‘Waterloo’ and John Blakemore’s ‘The Stilled Gaze’ is concerned with the act of observation of; of interaction with; of attempting to describe that which is seen, felt, touched, heard and in being one with, I strive for my photographs to provide the viewer with insight into the moment before, during and after they were taken.
Making photographs is about more than just looking
It is about trying to describe what the scene means to you, the story it tells and about transporting the viewer into that world
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I am constantly adding to existing bodies of work and creating new projects. Pop back regularly to have a look at what I’m up to and the work I have produced.