I started out as a painter, using a camera to collect source material for my paintings but eventually I became more interested in photographs in themselves. I use a digital camera but I also do a lot of experimenting using analogue cameras and interfering with the negatives, which someone said, are really small paintings in themselves so maybe I am somewhere between a painter and photographer, I'm not sure, I just do what I do.
I'm also interested in conceptual photography and video art beyond traditional photography. These iinterests started by my trying to find new ways of photographing models. I often combine photography, video, dance and poetry into single works to be exhibited and have exhibited such works for several years now. For this work I'm not that interested in body types or shapes or particular looks, I'm more interested in models who are interested in fine art or want to experiment and do something completely different and use their creative talents to make manifest abstract ideas.
My style changes dramatically depending on the project I'm involved with, I think this is because I am more of a conceptual artist rather than a photographer. I don't have set notions of what a good photograph is or not, it is a matter of whether a photograph fits the context the concept I'm working on requires. I understand this will put most models off, which is fair enough, the point is to find models who are interested in, curious or understand fine art ways of working.
I regularly exhibit in art galleries and art exhibitions.