I came to photography after suffering a mental breakdown.
Photography saved my life. It drew me away from the darkness. My breakdown led to a change in career and I’ve been a professional photographer for over 20 years.
That time has helped me develop a profound understanding of how photography can connect people with place and help them re-connect with things that are meaningful and life-changing.
I soon discovered that a picture really is worth a thousand words. It has the power to convey the essence of a scene that can contribute to wellbeing.
The photographs on display have all been a part of my journey to light - little antidotes against the darkness. Each photograph has a story that is woven into the composition. It includes my story; the story of genius loci - the spirit of place; and, hopefully, your story too.