I love taking photographs. I really like how the advent of digital photography has given us the ability the snap away without having to worry about running out of film, or the cost of developing. It makes it so much easier to learn techniques, experiment and try different things out.
The quality of cameras in phones is now fantastic and means that whenever a good moment for a photo comes up, you can capture a great shot in just a few seconds.
When I was putting together the artwork for Parkview, I had a great time going through all photos I have taken over the years and selecting the ones that I wanted to use. I have been lucky enough to to visit some wonderful places in the world.
Lots of people have asked me about the different photographs, where and when they were taken and so on. So here are some details about each one.
Taken from the passenger seat of a moving car, driving through Wales on the way to Portmeirion. 2010.
Looking back down the black sands beach in Vik, Iceland. 2014.
On the escalator in the Stedelijk Modern Art Museum in Amsterdam, Holland. 2014.
The view from Hotel Ranga in Hella, Iceland. 2014.
Looking down the stairs in the Museum Ons’ Lieve Heer op Solder in Amsterdam, Holland. 2014.
A light in a bedroom in the ION Hotel, Iceland. 2014.
Walking down a corridor in the Grande Lucian Hotel in St. Lucia. 2013.
The beach in Provincetown, Massachusetts, USA. 2011.
The Reynisdrangar basalt rocks near Vik, Iceland. 2014.
The light above the bed at home.
A park flooded by the Thames in Reading, UK.
Taken from the passenger seat of a moving car, driving into Wales over the Severn Bridge. 2010.
Taken from the back of a moving taxi, on the way to Keflavik Airport, Iceland. 2014.
Looking out of the window of my studio in Reading, UK.
Next to the river Ytri-Rangá, in Hella, Iceland. Taken by Wanda Caulfield. 2014.
Looking down the corridor of Hotel Ranga, Iceland. 2014.
I hope you enjoy the artwork as much as I did putting it together and I hope you enjoy Parkview too.