What with spending a lot of my time in the outdoors walking, camping and generally avoiding being indoors, I used to spend a lot of money on and eat a lot of muesli bars, flapjack and similar sorts of things. After a while, I found that my palate became numb to the synthetic flavours and… Read more The worlds finest flapjack recipe
After a busy week at work, yesterday should have been a relaxing and enjoyable trip to finish off. The plan was to head to sump 1 in Swildons Hole Cavern with Robin, Ben and a few members of Robin’s family. As the numbers were low and I wasn’t really needed, I suggested that I just… Read more Slip Sliding Away – (The day where it went slightly wrong)
For as long as I can remember, I have been aware of the photograph known as “The Sea of Steps”. This image was made in 1903 by the early English photographer Frederic Evans. Evans had been a keen amateur photographer since the 1880. His specialism was the cathedrals of Britain and France. He gave up… Read more To see a sea of steps
Many years ago, one of my first paid commissions was to take a few photos to finish an unfinished set of black and white images of the Mendip Hills for Somerset County Council The set had been started by James Ravilious, a photographer who at the time I had never heard of. He is now… Read more A crossing of paths and minds
In the last year or so, there has been a massive resurgence in the use of film and film cameras bringing huge debate about what’s best and what is right. A few years ago, i was approached by a gallery in London about the possibility of putting on an exhibition of my work for them.… Read more Film’s not dead…….. or is it??