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I have been playing with Cameras ever since I was a lad, the first of many hand-me-down cameras was a Kodak 110, a camera that a still have laying around somewhere today!
I’m told by my mum that I’ve always had a camera in my hands, the visual image is so appealing to me that I couldn’t not take photos. I was quite late to digital photography and my first Digi was a Fuji S9600, and I loved that thing!
I am a UK based fashion, lifestyle and portrait photographer, but I never like to limit myself.
I’m from South-East England originally, but I’ve been based in Helsinki, Finland since 1982 – is it really that long? – and for most of that time I’ve been working as a freelance English-language writer and editor. The photography has grown to make up about half of my income, mostly travel-related, and I illustrate my features with my own photos. A lot of my work is for Blue Wings, the inflight magazine of Finnair.