I am an amateur photographer living in Dorset.
My latest project entitled, "Through an Aspergic Lens," goes some way to illustrate how I see the world around me. Like many people on the Autistic Spectrum, I was born with a heightened sense of visual perception. For me, this manifests itself in an increased awareness of geometric shapes and patterns which appear to burst out from their environment, rendering the rest of the scene almost insignificant.
This idiosyncrasy forms part of my autistic reality and it is through photography that I make sense of this and use it as a voice to express my own individuality.
I am a member of the Royal Photographic Society. In February 2018 I was awarded the Licentiate (LRPS) distinction, in October 2018 I gained the Associate (ARPS) distinction and in September 2020 the Fellowship (FRPS) distinction. In addition, I am the founding member of a monochrome critique group.
All the images are printed in my studio on archive quality fine art paper and other sizes are available. I hold an Open Studio once a month or by appointment. This year in May I will also be exhibiting as part of Dorset Artweek. Please see my website for details.
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