Berlin. Still being rebuilt, redefined yet consciously remembering and marking its past. These are a series of observations that encompass the modern and the past from distinctive eras - from the thirties, rapidly vanishing remnants of the GDR and the modern face of a capital that finally seems happy and confident in its own skin.
Travel offers fresh fodder for the photographer's eye. How to capture the essence of an unfamiliar place that is otherwise well known, yet avoid stereotypical images? With the constraints of travelling light and over one weekend, these are my observations of the resort of Nice, France.
Fog ~ Fields ~ Frost
Alternative winter studies of north western European agricultural and industrial landscapes. When the season's cold grip has produced no snowfall. More about the series here.
Caernarfon, North Wales, has a UNESCO World Heritage status as well as having the honour of being a Royal Town, thanks to its impressive castle. Where the vast majority of the population are Welsh language speakers and despite the attractions to transient tourists, life is a challenge.
Through this ongoing series, I hope to reveal the cultural and economic struggles of this town, where history and cultural identity are sometimes at odds with modern times. Observe with me the overlooked and unrecorded.
Exploring the man made environment and distilling the chaos to allow the viewer to study and reflect.
THE MOTHER OF WALES
The Isle of Anglesey is known as the 'Mother of Wales' from its agricultural days. This is a more intimate view of a much-photographed island. Images that sometimes challenge established stereotypes, revealing diverse environments and man's influence.
Red Brick Uni
A new project looking for modern architectural themes in places of higher education.
Pure and graphical. LIght, shade and midtones. Classic black and white photography.
Less said between us
A minimalist collection. Recording the colourful, misplaced and banal. Things in their place. Places. In search of beauty in the everyday.
Pointing the camera lens downwards to record overlooked lines and numbers. Graphic art created by man, sun and shade.
Double exposures, created totally randomly to invite the viewer to create their own narrative.
An ongoing project that expolores the order and disorder, the aesthetic and ephemeral around smaller football grounds in Wales.
A short series of images taken around a communist-era industrial estate in the Czech Republic. Now partly developed into a modern industrial area, the echoes of the past are quickly fading away.
Meanwhile in wales
Captures of transient light, passing landscapes and buildings. Eclectic, unplanned and unsorted in the spirit that they were taken. A antidote to postcards. The real Wales.