As an experienced photographer, I use it to express and manifest my artistic vision. Street photography/social documentary is my favourite genre. I also enjoy Portraiture, landscapes and abstract. Landscapes are often thought of as traditional scenic images, but I think there are lots of artistic images, and often more interesting ones to be had in urban/City settings. I exhibit my work in both solo and collaborative shows. My last exhibition was a collection of my street images 'Street Life' at the Islington Arts Factory, London. It was well received, comments such as "superb"
Apart from specific projects I photograph anything that inspires me at the time, and endeavour to be creative in the process. There is in my opinion an overuse of contextual concern in visual Art, (while I accept its often important to the subject) I believe any piece of art should grab the viewers attention on many levels, and should be able to stand alone on its own merits, without having to read endless and often pretentious contextual blurb in order to get it. "Art is not about something, art is something" - Sarah Bernhardt.
I have been inspired by all the greats of photography, such as Henrie C Bresson, I like the surrealism influence in Bressons work, Robert Capa, Eve Arnold, Lewis Hine, Weegee (Arthur Fellig), Ansel Adams, Sebastio Salgado and Don McCullin to name a few.
Click on the Photo Gallery Link to view my work. Its worth pointing out that my images are best viewed as gallery sized prints, rather then the small previews here. Check out my fb and instagram pages via the Links page too. Thank you, Tim.
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