My photography is informed and inspired by my love of the natural landscape and by my interest in landscape history. I like to make images which convey mood and emotion, or which reveal something about our human relationship to the landscape.
Working predominantly in black and white, I try to be mindful and contemplative in my approach to photography. I work, for the most part, with digital imagery and for much of my woodland photography use infrared.
Following successful careers in local government and IT, I left to study for a degree in Contemporary Photographic Arts at Batley School of Art and Design. I graduated in 2009.
Since graduating I have continued to develop my photographic practice. In 2015 I became a studio holder at the Art House and was awarded an Associateship of the Royal Photographic Society.
In August 2022 I was certified as a Climate Aware Photographer by the Carbon Literacy Project.
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