I live on the edge of the Cambridgeshire Fenlands, a place of wide flat vistas, big skies and ever changing landscape shaped by man from water and reeds to black soil, drains and long straight roads or droves.

For the last 20 years I have been photographing the landscape within a 10 mile radius of my home, using a variety of film cameras from Polaroid to 35mm and up to 5×4, a darkroom at home allows me to take the negatives and make individual hand printed silver prints.

As well as my love for Fenland I have a constant curiosity to see how things look when photographed, and to make prints. Everyone should make prints.

For those that are interested I am using the following equipment and materials

Toyo 45a 5×4 Field Camera

Fuji GW690 Medium Format

Mamiya RB67

Zero 2000 Pinhole, RSS Pinhole,

Rolleiflex 3.5 Twin Lens Reflex

SX70 Instant Camera

In the Darkroom……..

Devere 504 Enlarger

Meopta Magnifax Enlarger

Nova Quad 12×16 Print Processor and Nova Archival Washer

I use exclusively Ilford Multigrade paper and chemicals

Film stock is Ilford HP5+, FP4+ and some Fomapan 100 – mostly developed in ID11 1+1 but more recently PyrocatHC and Caffenol!