I'm not one that favors explaining pictures. The way I see
photography it has a two-fold existence. Before it leaves the studio, and after,
when it reaches someone else. In the studio the image is all about my interests,
my point of view of what was before me, and private to myself. Once the picture
leaves it "becomes", and it is then interpreted by anyone that happens to have
an interest in it. In other wordsin my viewimages do not become art until
they reach someone other than myself. At that moment, the image transforms
into an object that is defined by the viewer and the subject matter, hopefully
one that displays virtuosity, creates an emotional response, and provides
an entry to a world previously not inhabited by the viewer.
If you have any questions about my work please don't hesitate to ask. When I'm not working on photography I work in the film industry for a visual effects company called Double Negative in London, you can see which films I have worked on here.