My first photographic endeavour was an attempt to capture kangaroos in the bushland behind our house with a Box Brownie. Unsuccessful to say the least, but the love of capturing images was born. My photographic equipment slowly improved over the years, as did my results (thankfully). Being a natural sticky-beak I soon realised that if I was carrying a camera my inquisitiveness was awarded some legitimacy. This afforded access to places where my presence might otherwise be regarded with suspicion.
My love of wandering the streets both at home and in other lands has provided me with copious opportunities for making images of life and the landscapes in which they are lived. I love the quirky small details found in the prosaic.I also relish the solitude and quiet contemplation of traditional landscape photography. I have found it a very difficult task to select just a few representative images from my collection to present on this site as I think I must be an indiscriminate image junkie. In one way or another I have explored just about every photographic genre and cliche
there is. While there is breath being drawn I will find photographs to take.