Photography has been a longstanding hobby for me and is a passion that continues to develop.
Since my children were born, I've had the good fortune to step back from the rat race and the daily commute, to stand back from the office desk and take the time to look. Really look. And to see how they see. To rediscover the wonder of lying face down in the grass on a summer day in the park, just watching the bugs and a teeny spider weaving it's web between grass blades. Or the way that worms move. The way that leaves dance in a breeze as if fairies are using them as trampolines. The way a snowflake dissolves when the ground's not quite cold enough. It has been both fascinating and a privilege.
Over the past couple of years I have retrained to develop my expertise with my toolkit - my camera, lenses and all important light - to try to capture in an image my revitalised sense of the the world. I am on a journey that will hopefully be beautiful, enlightening, amusing and long-lived. I'd love for you to join me and to enjoy my work.