I have carried a camera since the age of 12, when my father gave me my first 'real' camera. It was an Olympus Trip he had purchased on a trip to Japan - that makes it 1965. I used it throughout my schooldays, and even managed to get an entry included in the annual senior school's arts exhibition that year: a picture of the Pont Du Gard, which I had developed and printed myself. Since then, through a journey from those schooldays in Scotland to my current home in Uzes, France, a stone's throw from the aforementioned monument, a journey that has included stints living in Yorkshire, Canada (Calgary and Vancouver), Russia (Moscow) and the USA (Houston, Texas) a camera has never been far from my side. Until recently, my photographs have remained private - but now, with time for reflection and in pursuit of inspiration, I like to share them.
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I hope you find pleasure in these pages, maybe even something thought-provoking.
Note: anywhere on this website, to see a picture full size, with its title (and in the card shop its stock number), just click on it.