Welcome to my Portfolio pages. I’ve collated a variety of subject matter on the site and highlighted some of my personal favourite images within each.

If you’re reading this you can click through from the links you see below [Note: Click on the images or subject titles to take you to their respective pages], or you can access the individual pages via the drop-downs from the main menu in the usual way.

Street Photography became my passion following a visit to an Elliot Erwitt [an American documentary photographer with an exceptional gift for the capturing the ironic in the otherwise every day] retrospective. I saw things in his photography that truly inspired my own eye and this collection of imagery is a dedication to a master of the genre.

The Seascapes & Landscapes section contains an ongoing body of work, including another deeply personal project which slowly evolved from my occasional visits to the gloriously deserted coastline of south-west England and Wales. “I find a piece of my soul every time I visit the sea.” This work also provided the catalyst to one of my most rewarding photography experiences when my imagery was interpreted in paint by American artist Michelle Firment Reid resulting in the joint exhibition, Where The Land Meets The Sea: Together Alone, the Artist and the Photographer in Tulsa, Oklahoma [the story of which can be found in the blog post here].

The Anatomy Of A Stroke features an exceptionally personal documentary project following my own father’s battle with his ischaemic/infarct. When I received the call from the hospital to say he was in A&E I just happened to have my camera with me; little did I know what lay ahead. I was on Flickr at the time and began posting images/journal entries there, which ultimately led to the work being featured on its own dedicated website here.

The Wedding Reportage section features a sprinkling of documentary style images from my favourite wedding days and also includes further links to books I’ve made for all the couples featured there.

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