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About me

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.

In the late 1980s, I shot pictures for two photo books on US Marine Corps aviation – Cherry Point and Kaneohe Bay – and wrote a book on how to photograph aeroplanes.

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.

I have also published two novels – Lady Caine and Black Project – both satirical thrillers published by Webvivant Press.