Living on this amazing jewel of a planet it never ceases to amaze me how so much of what us humans do is simply insane, we invented capitalism, nuff said. So my mind started to wonder what aliens would make of it all, but then decided they’re probably nuts too.
In November 2011 George Bush and Tony Blair were found guilty of war crimes by the Kuala Lumpur War Crimes Tribunal and whilst this is not internationally binding, it paves the way for an internationally binding trial. Astonishingly, this news did not make it into the western media and, naturally, I have to wonder why? Like […]
Water is colourless, tasteless and odourless, beautiful beyond compare and without it there is no life.
Ham Hill Country Park with a bit extra slipping through from another dimension. When I moved from London to Peasedown St John I had little idea how much living in London had stunted my being and how much waking up I had to do. In discovering this new world I had moved to I visited […]
Because I can.
I was sitting enjoying a coffee outside a shopping arcade in Bath and noticed this lady sitting over the road from me on the steps of a church. She was gazing fixedly at the cover of the book in her hands. I watched her for some time before deciding I wanted a shot of her […]
Language is a funny old thing, as our primary means of communication we do not, in general, give it the thought and consideration it justifiably deserves, indeed, there is a saying that words are cheap. The words we use with each other are actually rather important and far from cheap: misunderstandings abound, wars are created, […]
To this day I am not quite sure what happened during my pubescent years, but I was captivated by such iconic beauties as Marilyn Monroe and Brigitte Bardot and that kind of iconic beauty has been a restless beast inside me ever since. To nicely complicate my life, I also became a transvestite, which was entirely a driven, […]
What drives an artist/photographer? I’ve often wondered how this happened because it isn’t something I have much control over, I am more like a junky looking for his next fix than anything else. It is the one thing in my life that I dedicate time to, almost all my time, utterly focussed and single minded. […]
This was the moment on May 9th 2008 when this lightning strike took out the roof of the Village Hall in the nearby town of Paulton. Storms are rare in these parts, so even the merest hint of a rumble will have me running about grabbing my camera and tripod and setting up to catch the […]