I live in Hartlepool, a town on the North East coast of England, synonymous with the hanging of a monkey during the Napoleonic War.
My interest in photography started as a result of the BBC 4 Television Series, Rankin: - Seven Photographs that Changed Fashion, in which Rankin recreated some iconic images from Cecil Beaton, Erwin Blumenfeld, Richard Avedon, Helmut Newton, Herb Ritts, David Bailey and Guy Bourdin.
In recent year I have been privileged to work with and photograph some of the North East's of England top models both on location and in a studio environment. In doing so I have enjoyed every minute and experienced every possible emotion. So it is with trepidation I move away from a branch of photography, which I have learned to love and enjoy.
I have no long term plans to return to the photography studio. Instead I want to develop interests in Macro, Landscape and Natural History photography while exploring the discipline of HDR.
I am a member of both the Hartlepool Camera Club and The Royal Photographic Society.
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