My passion for photography began in the early 1980’s when my parents bought me my first SLR camera – a Praktica PLC3. Built like a tank, the Practica just fired up my enthusiasm. So much so that it was soon outgrown and (hence) upgraded.
During the Sixth Form, I was an active member of the photography club, which catalogued a local furniture manufacturers ‘historic’ workplace. Sadly, these fine photographs were ruined by light in the dark-room. Someone really should have made sure the windows were shut!
I’ve had a fair number of film and digital cameras in the intervening years…
Towards the end of the ’80s, I finally convinced Miranda to marry me. What can I say? – She really is an intuitive photographer, able to see the photograph just before it happens and capture that perfect moment.
Since then we have photographed weddings and more recently have begun to include family and baby photoshoots.