I’ve been a full-time commercial photographer based in London, England for some 30 years, refining my craft, making mistakes, but learning every day. As I draw closer and closer towards retirement from business life, I’ve joined education initially part-time as an adult learner, to see if my personality could respect the classroom.
As this journey moved forward in an academic environment, I ventured onto a 2-year full-time Foundation Degree in Media Production, which added both video, and audio practical and academic skill sets to my portfolio.
Now, some three years later, I’m in the last year of a BA in Photography at university, with the intentions, after a year’s break to enrol onto a PGCE and MA and then you never know maybe a PhD in Photography.
So what’s here and what’s it’s all about? Photography has changed over recent years with the advent of digital, “Everyone is a photographer… until Manual”, and feeling that the appreciation of the “Art of the Image”, and recognition of photography as a whole has diminished, you could argue this also included the job title of a photographer, I’ve decided to return to analog photography.
Nowadays, I am fortunate to have several thousands of subscribers on social media engaging in my journey, the sharing of knowledge and experience of images I have taken, processed in the darkroom or on a computer, then displayed on the wall.
Shooting still images on film, 35mm, medium and large format are my priority, I still embrace digital photography, where the device is a tool, like a spanner (wrench) is to a car mechanic, a tool to fulfil the job. I’m taking steps every day to increase the quality of my video content, and also to improve my storytelling skills.
My content has no strings attached: My website is advert free, and ads have been disabled within my videos to help with the viewing experience, so I rely entirely on the support of viewers. All I ask is if you enjoy this content, please return the favour by telling a friend, subscribing to my channel, and considering a voluntary contribution to help support this journey.
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