The great Ansel Adams once said "There are always two people in every picture: the photographer and the viewer". It's a truism that's often missed and it forms the foundation for my photography. Whilst I think it's never a good idea to compromise on my feel for a good photograph to satisfy popular appeal, I always bear in mind that a photograph should be a viewing experience; I want to share as much of what I felt when I pressed the shutter button with the viewer.
Whether I achieved that can only be judged by you, the viewer. So, have a look around the gallery and see if you can be the second person in the photograph.
Please feel free to comment on any particular photograph you like or leave a message in the guestbook. Alternatively, you can contact me for information or to discuss the purchase of a print.