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I'm an ardent devotee to landscape photography, with a passion for mono and split-toned, ultra long exposure imagery. I'm typically drawn to bold compositions, often concentrating the eye squarely on one key subject reinforced by understated, secondary elements. Movement is a key feature, perhaps registering in the stirring of grasses or drifting cloud formations. The majority (certainly not all) of my exposures are measured in minutes as opposed to fractions of a second – a conscious decision on my part to record the passing of time as a contrasting, single instant. This approach creates a paradox that I find fascinating and quite irresistible.
A lifetime resident of Devon in England, I live equidistant to the rugged and varied coastlines of Cornwall, Somerset and Dorset and can often be found on a beach somewhere (most likely balancing my tripod precariously amidst some rocks) all year round. Despite cultivating an admiration for the printed image early on in life, I'm a relative newcomer to the art of capturing a scene indelibly myself – having only started taking photographs seriously in 2008. I've since been fortunate to receive widespread publication nationally, including Amateur Photographer, Digital SLR User, Practical Photography and Advanced Photographer magazines.