Fine art prints

Through the years, my photography was drawn to abstraction within nature. My eye is attracted to patterns and textures that create their own unique designs regardless of their source or the subject they represent. Instead of making patterns as we all did in primary school art classes, I go hunting for them in the landscape. Using black and white film, the elimination of colour draws more attention to pattern and texture. Monochrome also tends to introduce mood or emotion into the image. The close ups of trees and weathered cliffs in the Bark and Eroded Rocks series are good examples. Fortunately, I choose not to imprison myself within this genre. My work continues to expand. Broader landscapes, religious artefacts and architecture are other themes where pattern and texture continue to play an important part.

This expansion has now taken me, with astonishment, into the realm of colour. With a digital camera, I have rarely been able to observe an improvement in the image by converting to black and white. On the contrary, it mostly feels like a loss. My first two colour portfolios can now be viewed in the gallery section.

Signed prints are available in A4 and A3 sizes. Prints on A2 paper are sold in signed, limited editions of 50. Only fine art papers are used for all prints.