a small space of light
I go everywhere with a camera. I can’t help it. I have three on my desk as I write this. My family and friends put up with me clicking away with wry amusement. I’m the one that always takes the pictures at a party. The one always behind it. I can’t help it. There are so many images that just beg to be captured. You have to truly love photography to “get” it. It’s my nirvana
I love looking at light. How it shapes. Accentuates. Sharpens or softens. Wondering how I could use it. Where should I sit, lie or stand. Caressing an image into shape. Waiting for that moment. Anticipating. Holding my breath. And then it’s gone. A capture of a sliver of time. That’s how I work. There is nothing more satisfying than to read the notes from my clients. Or photographs of my photographs on customers walls. It makes me smile inside.
Have you ever had a Jaffa cake from Darth Vader? Me neither. Until I met Zach and Gabriel. Mind you said Jaffa cake was waved in my face. Then eaten with glee. Not by me I should add. Much hilarity followed.read more
I had the pleasure of working with Aly and Sage to create a calendar that involved all of Sage’s friends. £2705 was raised through people buying the calendar and the wonderful sponsors that were involved.read more
The Buachaille is quite possibly the most photographed mountain in Scotland. Next to the A82 as you trundle through Glen Coe, your eye is constantly drawn to it. It dominates the landscape around… streams head towards it, weather floats around and over it, sunlight bounces off it.read more
I’ve been driving past this copse for quite a while now. Sometimes twice a day. The impression of something worth photographing has been slowly tickling away at the back of my mind. Parts of the country have been bathed in snow and ice. Sadly most of it seems to have passed us by here in the South East and I have had to “content” myself with the snow filled photographs of friends.read more