As I say in my exhibition statement making photographs of the landscape reveals the evidence of time and history and the scars of human intervention. It’s a narrative that’s rewritten every minute of every day and no two days are the same.
I have a long list of locations I’d like to take cameras to but travel restrictions imposed in the wake of the global pandemic have brought a halt to that.
In the summer of 1974 my family moved from Kenya and we landed in a small village called Glentworth in Lincolnshire. I’d just made a mess of A levels but had an inkling I wanted to do a photography course somewhere but didn’t know how to go about it.