I first discovered photography in my father's darkroom at the age of nine.
As I saw the first image appear on paper inside the developing bath, I became hooked for life.
My father later gave mehis old Voigtlander camera and so it all began.
For the past thirty years I have worked in different photographic fields including teaching photography and exhibiting and publishing my work.
I go out to take pictures almost daily and always carry a camera with me. I photograph the ordinary, the close, the common, the vulgar, whatever I see every day or whatever is a part of me. I try to look at the same streets every day from different angles. My photos do not usually capture an instant but rather the rythym of daily life.
So, although my work is based on routine, with my photos every day is different if each time you to look from a different angle.
And that's it. I would like to include a sentence like "Photography saved my life ..." or "The photos give meaning to my existence", but really it's my daughters and my wife who do it.
I really enjoy taking pictures and I hope you enjoy seeing them too.