In a complicated world, full of complicated people and complicated problems,
my photography is simple.
I photograph rainbows, moons, waves and clouds. I photograph simple things. And I do it all from one single piece of sea and sky in front of my house. But, as simple as it is, people do buy it and they buy it a lot. They spends thousands of pounds on it. And i ask myself why? And I think the reason they do is the same reason I stare at this same piece of sea and sky day in day out and record all I see. It’s because we need the rhythm of nature and in our lives. We are of the planet. We are of the natural world around us and we feel a deep rooted connection to these things in a world that is rapidly taking us away from nature. We can destroy forests, we can make species extinct, we can pollute our world with plastics - we can pretend to rule our world. But we cant control the moon, we can’t magic up rainbows and waves and clouds. They belong to mother nature. They are bigger than us, They will out live us. They are a reminder we are but a moment in time that will pass as the laws of nature carry on spinning this rock around a star and make rainbows, moons and seas and waves long after we are gone. And isn’t it a relief that, after all that responsibility in our hands, all the damage we may do, there is still something more powerful, more lasting and more beautiful than us. And in that simple fact, is an immense amount of peace.