“Your first 10,000 photographs are your worst.” ― Henri Cartier-Bresson.
I'll be the first to admit, I am a ridiculously enthusiastic amateur. Around a year ago, I started to be come obsessed with photography. In this short space of time it has changed the way I view myself, the people around me and the world in general. Everything has its beauty.
I am still hunting and searching for my own style and interest but peoples lives and stories, the influence of my upbringing and a healthy interest in nostalgia rather than a pining for the past have all drawn me to exploring these more.
Because I have no real commercial interest I am in the lucky position of being able to concentrate on what fascinates and intrigues rather than what will pay.
I would like to be involved in projects that are unseen and unusual or the quirky or the odd aspects of life. If anyone has any ideas or would like someone to document their lives or unusual ways they waste their time then please get in touch. I recently documented a Macbeth play in Sheffield from the very beginning of rehearsals to the event itself and the photographs were used in the programme, in the theatre and in a review.
To see a review of my work follow the link below, click 'MAGAZINES" then 'PHOTO REVIEW' and search for no.12.
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