I started photography using a Russian 35mm to take pictures of my father’s construction sites as well as a range of other pictures.
After learning to push process and print at school, I sold theatrical and sports shots and had numerous photos appear in the college magazine.
After university, I became an engineer, which fueled my love of geometry, form, and computer graphics. I was fortunate to have done an art foundation course at Leeds College of Art and Design; my abstract works echoes the profound influence it had on my artistic work.
My current focus is on architecture, interiors, landscape and abstract work. I use a range of cameras from medium format film cameras to full frame DSLRs. My love of technology lets me get maximum impact from tools such as Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop.