I was given my first camera when I was 10. It was a budget-friendly, yet fully manual 35mm SLR with a built-in light meter. I had my first photo credit in a professional publication when I was 12. It gave me an attitude and while I never gave up photography, I felt I'd learned all I needed to know, I seriously wondered if photography was or could be art and so I let it recede into the background of my life as I pursued the many of the other interests most people call growing up.
While I own and use digital cameras and technologies, I feel I get more of what moves me in photography, from film and vintage, arcane and "low-fi" cameras.
I am not interested in capturing reality, I am interested in creating something evocative, using reality as one ingredient.
I am only just setting up shop so have a look around, please excuse the dust and, if you're interested in what I'm shooting right now, click the 'stream' link in the navigation above to visit my flickr stream or, alternatively, you can find me on Facebook.
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