I picked up my first camera around 16 years ago and not having lived through the film era of photography, I felt that I was piecing the puzzle together in reverse order. By that time, the digital era of photography was picking up pace, but I felt that my inner 'geek' helped me jump on this train and over time it started developing into a passion. A few years later I got my first decent camera which allowed full ‘manual’ shooting - this allowed me to play around with shutter speeds and aperture and together with that I began to understand light (or so I think). I joined online forums and local photography groups where I could shadow some of the more established photographers and gain more experience.
Over time, I started to develop an affinity towards landscape photography. Shooting landscapes has given me the opportunity to admire how light, elements and geography dance together and if I’m lucky enough, I’ll have the camera ready to freeze this frame. I’m not a writer but I do love story-telling, so these images are my way of capturing the essence of a moment without writing.