Originally from the UK, I first embraced photography as an expressive medium in my late 20's, concentrating mostly on cityscapes in my native London.

Professional opportunities took me to New York City, to write, produce, and direct science, technology, and health programming for Public Television at WNET/Channel Thirteen. Later on, at the University of Illinois' National Center for Supercomputing Applications, I directed video and multimedia communications, then spearheaded educational technology outreach programs aimed at museums and schools.

Since returning to New York and reconnecting with photography, I have been developing a body of work consisting of street portraits, urban narratives, cityscapes, automobile reflections, tree lives, and more. A number of my images have been exhibited both nationally and regionally.