"I have been an architectural photographer all my working life. Places and spaces interest and  fascinate me .

 My work explores both the power of  the single image and the rhythm and opportunity achieved through constructed images. Lately I have been exploring film.

My project work on Hitler’s Atlantic Wall has taken me to the coastline of Northern Europe to capture these concrete crumbling behemoths while exploring their strong  sense of time and place through their natural settings. I am especially intrigued by the way that the force of nature has undermined these brutal Blockhouses over the last 75 years leaving them softened and absorbed into their coastal landscape.

My ‘imaginary places’  series has enabled me to express my fascination with both architecture and image-making in camera and in computer via repetition and reconstruction. I am currently working on a series of Scotland."