Live within the Scenery
In his first solo exhibition, he brings his unique eye to Dungeness, with a set of utterly beautiful images that take the area and very slightly turn it on its head. His photographs are both striking and challenging, though never alienating, whilst capturing the beauty of this unique shore in a spectacular and unusual way.
He comments, “I’ve always been struck by the beauty within the bleakness of Romney Marsh and the way human landmarks seem to have ‘osmosed’ into the landscape. Human landmarks, from the medieval churches to the Sound Mirrors to the nuclear power station seem to live within the scenery rather than trespass upon it.”