I've been a photographer since I was at school, which is an astonishingly long time ago.
Having graduated with a degree in film and photography I went into journalism, which has been the mainstay of what I like to think of as my career. But photography remained a major part of my life – personally and professionally. Now it has once more come to the fore.
Over the years I've taken a lot of photographs for magazine features, many of them written by me.
My photographic interests these days revolve mostly around France and landscapes, and especially in the marks that mankind leaves on the land.
I am currently working on The Layered Land, a series of book & exhibition projects focusing on my landscape work.
I'm the co-founder of the amateur filmmaking group Zolascope where my main contribution has been as cinematographer as well as, on occasions, writer, director and editor.