My photography takes me around the globe photographing landscapes, people, streets and urban environments using methods such as Multiple Exposures and Intentional Camera Movement.

When I am shooting my ICM work, I don’t necessarily photograph subjects. I photograph the way things make me feel. 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 have been drawn to shooting more and more on film lately. I shoot with a Yashica D medium format camera and either a Canon 7 or Petri 7s II for 35mm. These older cameras produce a feeling of days gone by for me. A slower process of capturing the world around me. It allows me to see more and be drawn into the moments I capture.

I find myself shooting scenes of the ordinary. Scenes that we just pass by every day without taking time to notice. My favourite pastime is walking around the city for hours on end exploring architecture and the urban landscape.