I take photos. I live in Leicestershire, which I loathe quite a lot of the time, but I'm learning to love it, bit by bit.
You'll see that I like getting out into the countryside when I can but the label 'landscape photographer' makes me feel like I'm wearing slippers and a smoking a pipe. I can only hope that my pictures have enough of me in them to somehow dodge the label. If not - bear with me. I'll get there.
I have no training, just a dislike of photographic cliches and a willingness to submit to them every now and then if absolutely necessary. I only recently learnt that it was okay to look at other photographer's stuff in order to develop. Look and hopefully forget most of it, just taking the bit I can use to inform what I do, in my way, to get across what I want to communicate.
Whatever that is.
"Over the Hill" Regency Town House, Hove from 29th September to 28th October 2018 as part of Brighton Photo Fringe.
Inside the Outside 2017 Exhibition MMX Gallery, London
Brighton Fringe 2017
Inside the Outside 2016 Exhibition, The Photo Parlour, Nottingham, 14th October until 13th November 2016
Beer is Art Spring/Summer 2016 Exhibition, Brewdog, Leicester
Leicester Handmade Festival 29th April to 1st May 2016
Beer is Art, Brewdog, Leicester, 13th Oct 2015 to March 2016
Goldsmith's College, London 10th to 13th November 2015
Cross Corners Community Arts Centre, Leicester - Dec 2014
Pedestrian Gallery, Leicester - May 2015
Leicester People's Photographic Gallery - Sept 2012
Past projects/Published work:
The Coffeehouse, A Meeting Place for the Arts, Anthology edited by Deborah Tyler-Bennett
A Sense of Place
Changing Places, Trading Spaces