“It is an illusion that photos are made with the camera… they are made with the eye, heart and head”
Henri Cartier Bresson
Photography for me has and is, a journey of discovery
It all started off during summer school around the age of 9. I chose to spend a week walking round London taking photos using an ancient 35mm camera on black and white film, and developing images in the dark room. I discovered then, that I did have a creative side.
Fast forward about decade and half later, I bought an old Minolta SLR with kit lens, and rediscovered my interest in photography. This was just before the digital revolution and I’ve still got boxes of negatives at home with Images from my travels. I also discovered my love of architecture with a trip to Gaudi’s Barcelona being one of the highlights. For most of that time I used auto modes to shoot.
Then my Children came along and I discovered an interest in portraiture . The digital revolution was well and truly established which meant I could experiment with manual settings with much less damage to my bank balance
Over the last few years, I discovered that I love telling stories not just capturing images. I went to capture not only what I see, but how I see things,
I’m still learning, growing, and discovering. This is something I hope will never stop.