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Aiguille du Midi

An extraordinary place – an astonishing engineering achievement that allows anyone to access the magical world of the high mountains....

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Line of Contrast

Line of Contrast is a new series of works that explore both outward and inward looking themes....

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In the Hinku valley

Feeling a little restless at the moment. Wanting to push my style in new directions and make a progression…. to learn something new…....

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Heat

Los Angeles

There is something about Los Angeles in the summertime….. The heat and the haze does amazing things to the lens....

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Monte Bianco

Monte Bianco

There’s something of a cultural shock when one passes through the tunnel that links France and Italy....

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Hiroshima

Revisiting Honshu

The jet lag is only just wearing off from last weeks flight back from Tokyo and I’m already wanting to return....

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Antenna

One day in Tokyo

I’m flying back to London, working on this series and thinking about William Eggleston’s ‘Democratic Forest’...

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Noire de Peuterey

Noire de Peuterey

I’ve been hankering to play with black and white lately. Thinking about fusing something contemporary with the classic. Here’s the first of what might turn into an interesting project....

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Langer’s Deli

Just round the corner from McArthur park, Lager’s Deli opened it’s doors in 1947…. the worlds best pastrami !!...

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Les Drus

Les Drus

Seasons greetings and wishing you all a most amazing new year....

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Mambo Italiano

On a recent trip to Sorrento and Capri on the Amalfi cost I had the song Mambo Italiano by Rosemary Clooney stuck in my head. Makes me think of these colours....

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Alpine happiness

It’s been a long cold winter in the French Alps and the snow is only just disappearing up high....

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Yellowstone

Yellowstone River

When Charles W. Cook discovered this place in 1869: “I was riding ahead, the two pack animals following…...

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Alp.

Work has begun in earnest on my book project simply entitled Alp....

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