I currently reside in London, England living on a 66’ narrowboat. Previous stops on my journeys have included Ireland, Scotland, Canada and the United States. My wanderings often take me around the globe photographing landscapes, people, streets and urban environments.

When I am out shooting images for my abstract work, I don’t necessarily photograph subjects. I photograph the way a scene makes me feel at that moment. Admittedly, it may a bit of a strange concept, but it works – and it’s the best way to describe my approach. Much of what I shoot is done spontaneously without preconceived ideas. I let what is around me dictate what is to be photographed.

I see beauty in a photograph, I see texture and light that wasn’t originally there. I make it my own. I deconstruct and reconstruct my photographs to explore what, and how we see. I enjoy exploring the space between photography and painting. Many times using photographs simply as raw material to create a new visual experience.

A perfect day for me is walking around the city for hours on end exploring different architecture and urban landscapes.