I learned to handle a camera and use a dark room in 1968 under the guiding hand of my friend David Sawyer who taught me how to shoot and process film. He also drew me into being his assistant on the University newspaper.
From the beginning I have taken photography seriously although I did not pursue it as a career until much more recently. I began my career outside of photography by being called to the Bar and ended it by retiring from the business Figure Ground consulting that I had co-founded with my wife Bridget
Since becoming a full time photographer I have qualified to become an Associate of the British Institute of Professional Photography and have developed my technique and powers of expression through commissions and exhibiting my photographs. My most recent exhibition is to be at St john's College in Oxford during March 2019 https://www.sjc.ox.ac.uk/discover/events/line-and-light/
The following exhibition will be during Oxford Arts Week at Stanford House in the High Street.
Previous exhibitions have been:
Portrait by Kazem Hakimi