Born in England, 1947.
Now retired and living on the island of Koh Samui, Thailand.
I received my first camera as a present when I was about 9 years old; it was a Kodak Brownie 127 and I still have it, complete with its original brown canvas case.
By the time I was 18 I had bought an Ilford Sportsman, my first 35mm camera, and over the next few years I graduated to a pair of Nikon F bodies and a few lenses.
In 1980 I left England to work in Brunei as a teacher, and traveled extensively throughout South-Eastt Asia with my cameras.
I left Brunei in 1990 and subsequently worked in Abu Dhabi, Kuwait and Oman in the field of military education. During this period I more or less lost interest in photography but all of this changed when I joined a local photographic group through Facebook about three years ago. I now have a pair of Canon camera bodies and a few lenses.
This is some of my more recent work. I hope that you like it.