One of my favourite types of photography is street photography. My very first trip to NYC back in Nov 2001 was the start of my real photo career shooting what I found interesting in the banality of city life. I had already acquired photo editing skills, but only working on other peoples images. I print most of my street images in Black and White because I think it's a great way to present them, it's timeless.
An artists talent and vision allows them to see the result on canvas or in stone before they have started as though the results were inevitable, predetermined.
I think this can be true for us photographers also.
All the images within my site are for sale, if you do not see a particular print in the store you can email me through the contact form with the prints name. I have a lot of images on my insta feed that have sold too, feel free to look and enquire.
I love Hoppers images & the great artist/photographer Richard Tuschman. So, when I shot this person I decided to assign them the identity of Mrs Hopper, as the scene evokes work from both of my peers.
Artist Shane Sutton checking every little detail on this section of his brilliant mural.
Shane Sutton's piece for "play in the city" comng to lfe.
“ I’m Scarlah! “ she cried as I repeatedly clicked away. She was waiting for her mom to collect her when I spotted her.