I decided to study photography after seeing the work of the photographer Nan Goldin. I realized that it could be about a bit more than having the correct aperture setting or shutter speed. I also fell in love with the work of Horacio Coppola - a photographer who was an artist. I am grateful to Michael Clark (not the dancer!) for sharing his huge breadth of knowledge about art and the use of space in an image.
I am not a photographer. I am an artist and work in many mediums.
I live in London and in France in Loir-et-Cher.
I have exhibited in numerous exhibitions and had a photo on the cover of a London magazine. But I have had a very difficult battle to face within myself about producing work that will sell as opposed to work I believe in. It remains an ongoing struggle.