I am a gardener and photographer. Through both these practices, I get to explore my fascination for the interplay of person and environment, of inner and outer landscape.
My work is inspired by the fact that body is sacred geography and land is sacred anatomy. Having contemplated this relationship for some years now, I understand inner and outer landscapes to be a co-emergence, and my work is essentially a celebration of this.
I would like to inspire others to explore the relationship between their inner and outer worlds, the relationship between beings and their environment, between embodiment and enworldment.
I invite people looking at my photography to feel into the way in which body and world relate to and influence one another. This is a journey of enquiry that often necessitates a thorough examination of the true beauty of that manoeuvre known as perception.
I live in East Sussex, on the edge of Ashdown Forest, with my wife Ellen.