I make photographs with digital and film cameras using unconventional techniques. Latest image →
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This image was made in the edgelands that are plentiful around industrial Teesside, where nature is winning the battle for supremacy over disused land.
With my camera on a mini-tripod I sat on the ground and made an obstructive nuisance of myself.
After making some conventional pre-dawn images at North Sands I entered the water and pointed my camera downwards.
Through the years I have moved towards experimental and abstract photography of the street and the landscape using digital and vintage film cameras; questioning, observing and reflecting upon the concept and reality of time as I have grown older.
If that all sounds a bit serious, my photographic practice is about trying out new ideas which sometimes result in unique images. You could call it playing.