I have lived with the sea most of my life and for the last 10 years I have photographed it and very little else. I watch it every day. I have created several bodies of work that explore what the sea means to us all. I shoot on digital cameras, I refuse to shoot on film because its environmental implications. I do not digitally manipulate my images beyond what needs to be done to RAW files to recreate the moment as i saw it. My work is very simple in that respect. I print using dedicated fine art printers who use nothing but the finest papers and and archival inks. I have collectors both here in the UK and the USA and my work can be found in several other countries around the world. After 25 years with a camera, 20 of those professionally, I feel I am only just starting to learn what it really means to be a fine art photographer and when it comes to photographing the sea, I aim to be one of the best in the world at it. Time will tell.