Photography has been a passion of mine for more than thirty years. It started with a simple “point and click” and film that had to be sent away to be processed. In late 1999 I got my first digital camera that took stunning 640 x 480 pixel images. More cameras followed and I started working with models, bands and designers.
Then came the decision to immigrate to Japan and everything went on hold for a while. Cancer and coronavirus delayed plans by more than two years until, finally, my wife and I arrived in Osaka in late 2020.
A mobile studio is being assembled as I write this. The aim is to offer clients here in Japan access to portrait and product photography, to offer stock imagery and produce photo books. Work is progressed, and I’m pleased to report the first photobook is well on its way to completion. I’ve also started reaching out to the local community here in Kobe to find new and interesting subjects to shoot and include on the site.
Until then, these are just a small sample of the many hundreds of thousands of photographs I’ve taken over the years. You’ll find more in my portfolio.