Although I started in photography as a boy in 1946, and was soon developing and printing my own films, I really did not get serious until 1989 when I joined a camera club. I then realised just how very ordinary my pictures were! I started to enter club competitions and to listen carefully to the critiques, with the result that my photography gradually improved. In 2002 I was awarded the Licentiateship of the Royal Photographic Society. In 2003 I decided to try the international exhibition scene and was pleased to get some acceptances. In January 2005 I joined the Photographic Society of America, which also offers recognition for acceptances in international exhibitions.

I was awarded the AFIAP distinction in 2009 and EFIAP in 2011. Also in 2011 I was awarded the EPSA distinction of the Photographic Society of America.  I was very pleased to achieve the Associateship of the Royal Photographic Society in 2009 with a panel of prints showing details of sandstone rocks.

I like photographing landscapes, especially in low or dramatic light.  I also enjoy city photography, looking for unusual angles on interesting buildings, inside as well as outside.  I have tried photographing people too, but mainly at events such as carnivals, not in the studio.  Although most of my work is in colour, I do get a special 'buzz' from a good monochrome.


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