I discovered the computer in 1996. Much of the previous twenty years had been spent under dark-cloths peering at the inverted images mystically forming on the ground glass screens of large-format plate cameras. Whilst I have eagerly embraced the enormous potential of the digital revolution I try not to forget the traditional photographic virtues I learned at art school.
Much of this work was made to satisfy the financial whims and imperatives of the marketplace but I hope it also exhibits, to a greater or lesser degree, a modest personal vision.
The union of time-worn photographic discipline with the freedom of expression granted by the digital realm has the potential for great things.