in London in 1969.
There I studied design at the London College of Furniture, and instead
of pursuing an intended future in architecture, I packed my camera and
spent several years hitchhiking around Europe, working odd jobs and living
in the sun, usually returning to England for the winter to work in
a factory before setting out on my travels again in the spring.
A finer education I could not imagine.
1994 I moved to the United States and lived in California and Hawaii before
finally settling in Santa Fe, New Mexico, and beginning a career in graphic
design and product photography.
I seem to have found my home. The astonishing splendor and mystery of
the Southwest is far more than a match for my camera and my wanderlust.
work using a digital workflow to produce a film negative, from which I create hand made Platinum & Palladium prints that are 12" x 18", in limited editions of 25.
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