A series of photographic images made using large format Victorian plate cameras, plastic film cameras, medium format film and a Pentax 645D.
The prints and pates are made using the processes of wet plate collodion and platinum printing.
This series of images traces my many visits to the mainland and islands of Scotland - the home of my father. As I grow older the memories of my father change as I respond to the landscape of my childhood and the memories of my father.
This project has no real end and will continue to develop, with images being added each year.
A series of camera-less photographic works, exposed by the sun, moon and stars, exploring the un-negotiated, yet familiar spaces in the landscape.
A series of moving image and black and white photographs from medium format film cameras and drones.
This project explores the changing physical nature of the landscape of two colliery sites - Gedling and Calverton. The landscape of these two sites and that in between them has, and is still undergoing change.
The tonal range of the photographic images, both film and digital have been developed around a restricted tonal range of mid grey using the zone system and stand developing technique, with developing times of over an hour.
A series of wet plate collodion images taken during a three day artist in residence at the Nottingham beer festival in 2011.