I love spreading the love of primitive home made cameras. The magic of a light tight container with a tiny hole captures my world from a different perspective.
My Hasselblad camera is my constant compagnion. The beauty of Moscows underground stations is magnificent. Be my guest and marvel at these museum like stations.
THE SMOKE THAT THUNDERS
Zambia is the home of this unique natural world wonder: The Victoria Falls. The locals call it Mosi-oa-Tunya - the smoke, which thunders.
TALES FROM THE MOTHERLAND
Being away from home enables me to view my motherland objectively. Here I have documented the weird and wonderful.
Until I left the nest, I lived in the family home that my parents designed and built. This is an ongoing project of family homes all across the world.
THE HOUSE THAT MY FATHER BUILT
A matchbox pinhole camera, a roll of out-of-date colour film and the valleys of Kettlewell bring you these abstract painterly landscapes.
All my photography is shot on film and hand-printed by myself in the darkroom. The fascination with this traditional process started at a tender age of 5. Do contact me for any prints to purchase or if you have old b&w film that needs breathing life into its existence.Commissions are gladly accepted.