As a photographer, I am constantly observing and searching to find the extraordinary within the ordinary in everyday life, both in the studio and on the street.
I delight in things overlooked or passed unnoticed.
Since the mid-’70s, I have worked as an Advertising photographer and produced many Internationally award-winning images and Ad Campaigns.
During that time I’ve continued to make photographs that have a more personal meaning and have now transitioned to concentrate solely on my Fine Art photography.
The process of creating order from the chaos around us is at the heart of my work. The photographs are graphic and devoid of clutter.
A vintage lock on a weathered door takes on a completely different personality when isolated from its surroundings.
There can be nothing within the frame that does not contribute to the image, be it a Studio photograph or from a back alley in Shanghai.
I am currently working on a series of B&W Still Life photographs and planning my next road trip to Seoul.