By nature, I am a curious person. This is reflected in my photography which has encompassed a variety of styles, genres and subject matter spanning 40 odd years. However, when I consider my images, I am drawn to those featuring the ambiguity of movement and moment.
For me, there is something compelling about creating an image which cannot be seen by the naked eye or retained in the mind. That frozen instant which creates abstract shapes, textures and hues from reality has been the inspiration for many of my favourite photographs.
In a similar vein I love catching that moment of juxtaposition when the reality before me unfolds to reveal a scene which tells a story, asks questions and preferably creates an emotional response.
Being active in the Royal Photographic Society still inspires me, having gained my Fellowship in in 1991 with a monochrome Pictorial print panel.
I enjoy seeing photography in an international context and my images have been widely exhibited throughout the world, under the auspices of FIAP where I currently hold the EFIAP/gold distinction.
In 2017 I was delighted and honoured to accept an invitation to become a member of The London Salon of Photography