The sea and shoreline both here in Kent and in Zandvoort, Holland are an inspiration for self expression of visual poetry.
"Standing still and capturing moments amidst a hectic and ever changing everyday, my work is not simply a stream of images from a memory card but an emotional response to what I see and feel".
The British landscape photographer John Blakemore is quoted as saying............."The camera produces an intense delineation of an external reality, but the camera also transforms what it 'sees'. I seek to make images which function both as fact and as metaphor, reflecting both the external world and my inner response to, and connection with it".
Encouraged by Landscape photographer, Fay Godwin I studied a BA Hons in Visual Communication at KIAD and graduated with a greater understanding of conceptual thinking and how the camera can be more than simply a light box. Technically self taught and learning day by day and discovering the magical affect of light dancing upon the lens.
Living in Whitstable, on the North Kent coast, the sea and the shoreline are my constant inspiration
In June 2016 I joined three other photographers, George Fisk, Jon Henson and Margaret Smith in HUT 15 at the Harbour Village located on the harbour in Whitstable. We have framed and mounted photography for sale and during the summer months we are open 7 days a week.