I started at Buckinghamshire New University in 2021 after working in photography and education for the past 35 years. During that time, I’ve worked in many areas of photography, starting out in the advertising and fashion studios in London in the 1990s, before setting up specialist commercial communication and photography businesses in the 2000s. Since 2013, I have worked in and around HE as a photographic technician and as a technical facilitator.
I studied for my undergraduate degree at the Newport School of Art and Design in 1997, being taught by artists such as Ingrid Pollard, Keith Arnatt, Andrew Dewdney and Paul Seawright. This inspired me to develop my own artistic practice which I continue to this day. I have been published in national magazines and exhibited internationally.
My main subject of interest is self-representative metaphor and semiotics within landscape photography. In 2012 I undertook an MA in Photography at the London College of Communication. During my MA I developed a style of expressive layered image making, reflecting the personal impression places have upon me.
I continue with this work today. Explore my work here.