art has always been a massive part of my life, it is in my blood, I cannot remember a time when I wasn't creating something.
having studied the various disciplines for many years it was actually at Art college in the Westcountry that I decided that photography was to play a massive part in my future creations.

I see beyond the camera, the viewfinder simply freezes in time a spontaneous idea, this is only the beginning and sometimes things end up completely different to what I had earlier choreographed in my mind.

"Dawning of a new Age" and "Tectonic" are classic examples of this.

I spend a lot of time travelling, and with that comes iconic landmarks and amazing experiences, I simply take them one step further in my creations.

Until recently I had a 3 year solo exhibition in Brighton with my iconic "West Pier collection", of which one piece still remains in my portfolio and continues to be one of my personal favourites.

I have a particular fascination with clouds and reflections and try and make them as big a part of my work as the centre pieces themselves, this worked particularly well with "Soul Survivor", a piece that was equally as calming to work on as it is to view.

I want the audience that view my work to disconnect from their present surroundings, to quietly lose themselves when immersed in my colourful futuristic worlds, to find a sense of calm and peace, if only for a few minutes, that is my goal when creating these pieces.

I like to think that within my work there is something for everyone.

I very often read about how artists should find a particular style or even subject and then stick with it, A sort of trademark, that is so far from how my mind works, and I refuse to follow conformity in method.
I will create whatever I am feeling on the day, creation comes from within and no two days are the same. 

My older work can be found hanging all over the globe having  clients in the United States and all over Europe.

these days whenever possible I prefer to show  my work where I can interact with the client personally, so wherever you find my work, i'm not normally that far away.