Photo Life Scapes

About Me

I started photography at an early age. My Dad, a keen amateur photographer, gave me a camera to try out when I showed interest in photography. I was eight years old, overwhelmed until I clicked my way through forty exposures. I still remember the excitement of getting my first set of blurry, lop-sided prints back from the lab; I was hooked!

From that day forward, photography followed me through life and played a role in my creative path to becoming a graphic artist. I spent many years in the darkroom working with large-format graphic cameras enlarging film and bromides. Eventually, I started my own graphics and printing business. I am fortunate to have experienced the industry’s transition from analogue to digital and the advent of the first digital cameras. The new skills acquired from maintaining computers and networks led to opportunities later in the emerging IT sector. 

Today I use high-end digital cameras and produce ultra-high-resolution images, often using long-exposure techniques, and I continue to shoot film in between.

My day begins at 4am. The solitude and tranquillity of the early morning provide a unique opportunity to appreciate the often-ignored beauty of my surroundings. This applies to wherever I happen to be, and for me, there is no better way to start the day.

Let the day begin!


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