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Cathedral

The Cathedral project to be an intimate portrait of a place; to explore the relationship between Canterbury Cathedral and the people who have worked, worshiped and visited here over the centuries. My images seek to capture the atmosphere of the place through the interplay of light and shadow; confinement and space; mood and texture.

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Butterflies

The good thing about not writing frequently is that when you do write, you actually have something to say. That’s both an excuse for my woeful commitment to this blog, and an introduction to some […]

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The Attraction of Desolate Coasts

Is it normal to prefer desolate coasts to sun-soaked sandy beaches?  I think of the meeting place between land and sea as a place for contemplation and to witness the drama of the elements, rather […]

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Water

I’ve created a new set featuring abstracts of water  – reflections and waves.  Each image is a composite of four, five or six frames, overlaid and toned to create the final artwork. I’ve long wanted […]

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Seascape Recipe

You will need: A camera Some sort of photo editing software (I use CS6) A computer (mine is dark grey) Patience A good tablet is well worth the money. Ingredients: One blurry image that has […]

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The Unphotographer. A Short Play

Simon stands on the quayside. He is taking lots of pictures of some mud. He’s waving his camera about.  He looks normal. Woman: (Carrying camera.  Confused) Excuse me. What exactly are you photographing? Simon: I’m […]

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Autumn

It is more than likely that the most frequent visitor to this site is me. Ah well. At least I have an appreciative audience to whom I can proudly announce that I have made a […]

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A bit of publicity

My thanks to Patrick at Fuji Rumors www.fujirumors.com  for featuring my work in his recent roundup of all things Fuji. Elsewhere I’m really pleased that one of my prints will shortly feature in Canterbury’s Beany […]

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