The question might better be posed this way; ‘What do you think you’re looking at’? This is a series of self portraits, made in New York City.
In this series of photographs, I set out to document the funeral of a great Jamaican Sound System Pioneer.
It is widely believed, among creationists, that God spent seven days putting this wonderful world together.
Lots of Photographs of the front ends of huge trucks motoring along on US highways. These trucks are moving fast, and the photographs were made from the window of a moving car.
Dog shit, the polite term for which is dog mess, or doggy do, can be found everywhere these days, surprisingly!
A series of photographs from Wimbledon Car Boot Sale.
“The hot blazing sun won’t hurt my head, ’cause you’ll always find me right there in the shade” That’s a line from the song Bad Boy by The Jive Bombers.
All of these pictures were taken during a month that I spent in Hospital following a road accident. I used my camera to keep myself amused and to stay focused on what i was going through.
The Narrow Way is a small road beside Hackney Central train station and The Tesco supermarket which forms the epicentre of Hackney shopping.
This series of Photographs really does what it says on the tin. I visited a School fete sometime one summer.
These are night pictures – photographs taken in and around Michigan on a winter’s night. Starting at dusk and progressing into the night until it is almost too dark to see.
I lost something inside my Hoover – or rather something suddenly rattled up the hoover pipe while i was cleaning the floor and i wondered what it might be – a lost earring or a key perhaps.
A series of Photographs of visitors and exhibits at The Rock and Roll Hall Of Fame in Cleveland Ohio.
The world changes fast and people get old fast too. I stopped one day at a jumble sale and whilst looking around and enjoying the ambiance of the event my gaze fell upon…
A walk along the front of the port of St Tropez on the French Riviera. The Yachts alone will give you an idea of the wealth that this town attracts.
This series of photographs were made at a record convention in the Detroit Metro area. Once upon a time the whole world revolved to the sounds that emanated from the grooves of vinyl records
Dotted across America there still exist many places like this – automotive graveyards. This one is somewhere in Michigan and its called Roy Boys Transmissions.
Ocular reflex is a complicated business, and it’s hard to understand how it works, but it is very interesting, if you can manage it.