Whilst pinhole photography is my first love, I also enjoy making images with lenses attached to my cameras. I'm becoming increasingly comfortable with this approach, and the choices I need to make with regard to camera, lens, film (or digital) and composition. Some of the freedom of pinhole photography is lost, but the rigidity of using a lens offers it's own opportunities. There's a few sample images below, and if you like them then you can click the image to see more.
Usually I prefer to show the impact that people have on a place, rather then the people themselves. I'm not really happy asking people to let me make their picture, although its something I'm working one.
We are nothing without places; places anchor us in time and an image of a place reflects the time and the environment of the shot.
Objects matter, they are tangible and they inform our experience of the world.