By the Coast
I am a photographer living in West Cornwall and much of my work is a response to the landscape around me. I am fascinated by the way the changing seasons, weather and light continually redefine a familiar place. Over the years I have revisited these locations many times, witnessing the ever-changing light and colour; photographing fleeting moments.
In my photography I aim to capture a sense of space and solitude, and I am often out early in the morning and after sunset. I am particularly drawn to vast cloudscapes and reflections, waiting for the receding wave to reveal a perfect mirror-image in the wet sand. Slowing down the exposure, either through using filters or after sunset, can create a painterly, ethereal image, and I often experiment with longer exposures in my photography. In contrast I am also intrigued by the minutiae of the world in close-up; patterns, shapes and colours that might easily be overlooked.
Space, Solitude & Fleeting Light
Over the years I have revisited these locations many times, witnessing the ever-changing light and colour; photographing fleeting moments.