I have been involved in photography for more years than I can remember and I am a Fellow of the Royal Photographic Society. However, these days I see myself as an image maker rather than a photographer. I spend days, sometimes weeks, removing unwanted elements, adding others, harmonising colours and applying different, often painterly, effects to enhance the image.
My intention, especially at this uniquely difficult time, is that my work will help people to feel good – or, even if only momentarily, better than they did. Maybe the picture makes them laugh, or it has a calming effect, or happy memories are evoked.
My work is diverse and I particularly like to create unusual or amusing images. I look for beauty, strangeness, striking colour, amazing texture or the perfect light. I produce giclée prints with archival ink on textured, archival art paper, which, given reasonable care, will last for a hundred years.
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