Unexpected Positives In Peculiar Times

Since early March, our country (as much of the world) has gone through increasingly restrictive phases of lockdown to combat the spread of Covid-19. Currently here in England we are advised to stay at home, other than travel to work (where home working is not possible), for essential groceries and medical supplies, or for aiding… Continue reading Unexpected Positives In Peculiar Times

Why I Make So Many Photographs Of Rust And Decay

After you've been photographing a few years, as I'm sure you've noticed, themes in your work start to recur. For me a major theme is making pictures of abandoned objects that are rusting and decaying. So what's this about? Why do I enjoy capturing what most others would consider discarded and ugly, not worth even… Continue reading Why I Make So Many Photographs Of Rust And Decay

Photography, Religion, And The Blurred Edges In Between

So let's talk about religion. No, wait, come back! Before you run off shrieking at the thought of being preached to on what is predominantly a photography blog, let me explain. Ask me what religion I am, and my answer would be vague. I have fairly strong beliefs, but they don't necessarily fit in with… Continue reading Photography, Religion, And The Blurred Edges In Between

These Three Photographs – Nature Reclaims

Time for episode four in the ongoing series called¬†These Three Photographs, where I share three photographs of a similar theme, and talk about what they mean to me. The theme this time is Nature Reclaims. No shock to anyone familiar with my work that this is a(nother) gravestone photograph. And in many ways it represents… Continue reading These Three Photographs – Nature Reclaims