A good photograph can spark a conversation.

Photography, for me, is about different points of view.
It is a way of capturing and picking out the details, colours and characters of everyday life.

The vanishing point and depth of field in a picture can be a direct reflection of the photographer's emotional state at the time of pressing the button. Equally it can polarise how the subject is feeling too.

But the subject or object is just an initial way of drawing someone in to what is ultimately a multilayered story. Photographs are built on unique levels of meaning; unique because we all see and interpret the world with such a contrast of opinion.