“Ever since the invention of the sublimely simple mechanism called a camera, the boffins have done their damnedest to complicate it.”—Bob Carlos Clarke
I’m a London-based amateur photographer with a passion for vintage photography. I work with medium and large format film and traditional darkroom and print techniques to recreate and re-interpret photography in the style of the pioneers.
I’m inspired by many photographers past and present, including: Ernest Bellocq, Jean Angelou, Julian Mandel, Joel-Peter Witkin, Sally Mann, Sarah Moon and Paolo Roversi, as well as the Pre-Raphaelite artists.
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