Director of Photography
THE FIRST DAY OF AUTUMN
A deeply personal and intimate photographic journal that documents the last stages of my step father's battle with cancer. Taken over the last 6 months of his life as we all came to terms with the bleak and inevitable outcome of his terminal illness.
Borderland poetically explores the human spirit in the immense, primitive and mystical landscape of West Texas - a historic landscape of beauty and power, struggle and survival. It forms the ever present atmospheric backdrop as we delve into the soul of the characters and small communities that have and still inhabit this land.
DARK OF NIGHT
Taken in the small hamlets deeply hidden in the Suffolk heartland, the photos capture brooding portraits of a life isolated in the sea of darkness.
SRI LANKA RAILWAYS
With a history that begins in 1858, Sri Lanka Railways (SLR) operates the nation's rail network. The railway line links Colombo, the commercial capital of Sri Lanka, and many population centres. This is a photo essay of people that use and work along it.
Tea with Mervyn & Mary
Mervyn and Mary Ingmire have been married for 70 years. They met in a service rehabilitation centre during WWII after Mervyn was the sole survivor of an RAF Lancaster Bomber which crashed on its return to the UK from a mission in November 1944. At 95, they both live peacefully in their bungalow in Norfolk.
Travelling 84 miles from the east to west of England sits Hadrian's Wall. The wall was a defensive fortification in Roman Britain, begun in AD 122 during the rule of emperor Hadrian. This is a photo essay along it.
THE DEEP SOUTH
Photo journal into the deep south of North America. Travelling Route 61 the series documents the changing landscape and its people from Memphis to New Orleans.
Portrait series about D&A Motor Garage, E17. The area around the garage is changing rapidly and with a new shopping centre and flats looming into existence, the future of the garage's location is very uncertain.
Photographic portrait series of an disused Rectory in Liverpool. The building was eerie, dank and atmospheric, as if it had only been abandoned moments ago.
Anton & Mara
Anton and Mara Kompare migrated to the United States after the Second World War, having fled former Yugoslavia as refugees. They set up a new home in New Haven, Connecticut, starting up a new life in 1950's America miles from their homeland, culture and family.