For more than 40 years, I have used my camera to interpret my passions for craft, architecture, history and the environment, with a fondness for old buildings and their place in the world.
Living and travelling for long periods in Australia, Asia and North America, my professional work has been focused on architecture and the environment.
I also continue to volunteer my photographic skills to not-for-profit and socially aware organizations in the creative sector. Most recently I have worked to support the makers of traditional crafts in India’s remote north-eastern states, and for an organization that funds scholarships and supports printmakers in Japan.
When choosing my subjects, I am fascinated by a vast range of things, people, processes and locations, with a common thread of exploring and documenting human intervention, imagination and creation.