With my uncle a life-long Kodak employee, it was clear that I would be introduced to photography and the darkroom at an early age. My first camera was a Kodak 'Box Brownie' sporting an impressive eight images per roll of film!
During my working life as a Technical Services Manager for Cambridge University, I often used photography but rarely artistically. This changed with the time gained from early retirement and the emerging digital camera systems.
My primary areas of work at the moment include Landscape/Seascapes, Still Life and Flower Portraits, Architecture and abstract bits of the built environment. I'm an active member of Cambridge Camera Club.
I'm a member of the Royal Photographic Society and have achieved a Licentiate Distinction of the RPS.
Born in London, that city is still a special place for me, particularly by its river and in its back streets, especially at night.
I now live with my wife in South Cambridgeshire and in various parts of the country live two daughters with their families including six grandchildren.
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