Enigmatic forms that intrigue.
Nature: trees, grasses, mountains, water, wilderness and wild open spaces.
Favourite part of the job?
Being out with my camera, alone, and with no pressures on my time.
To keep developing as an artist.
Ten days in Iceland in winter with rain every day. Having said that, the group of photographers that I was with were a lot of fun, so the lack of snowy images wasn’t something I could complain about.
What work are you most proud of?
My hand sewn, limited edition book of words and images from the Scottish Highlands entitled ‘Land Of My Father’. It is a tribute to my father who died when I was very young.
What do you want to accomplish that you haven’t already?
To live somewhere more rural with my own studio space.
What are your favourite things to do on a Sunday?
Walk, see friends and family, go to the cinema. Eat roast potatoes.
What’s in your dream fine art photographic collection?
A book by Masao Yamamoto, some prints by Paul Kenny, Einar Sira and Sally Mann
What excites you?
Mountains, deserts and big scenery. Visiting my children who both live in Vancouver, and who share my passion for the great outdoors.
What angers you?
Litter, plastic and excess packaging, bottled water.
What is a good life?
A life of love, good health and purpose, with the freedom to pursue one’s passions.