I’ve been an avid photographer since 1981, when I was 12 years old. My favorite kind of photography involves using simple equipment, prime lenses (usually a 35mm or 50mm), dynamic subjects, and spontaneity – i.e.”spontography“; a little slice of life. I aim for simple yet strong compositions with a bit of tension between form and content. I also really enjoy making photographs of architecture.
Influences: In alphabetical order – Edouard Boubat, Alfred Eisenstaedt, Elliot Erwitt, Ralph Gibson, Sebastiao Salgado. More recently I have been exploring the work of Garry Winogrand and Rodney Barnett.