After studying Fine Art at college, I switched to photography after a 5 year hiatus and did my degree at The London College of Printing in the 1980’s. I worked commercially for the next 15 years before becoming a Forensic Audio Visual Practitioner.
Throughout all this time I have self funded and exhibited personal work, developed projects for self expression and explored my own sense of creative validity. In recent years I run photography groups, including teaching and workshop events and this remains an ongoing interest.
The three prints here are from a body of work loosely titled ‘The Edge of the World’ and are from an exploration of the Dungeness Spit coastline. This work has been in progress for 7 years and is still gestating.