My penchant for photographing buildings was fuelled by my art A level’s accompanying ‘history of architecture’, learnt by dipping into the fascinating Banister Fletcher as we affectionately called it.
John Constable's country, the hamlet of Flatford. Two Kodak Instamatic prints stitched together over 30 years later.
An ongoing project. What people want us to see on the outside, may be different from what goes on inside.
Wishing to draw the authority's attention to a derelict building, artists created a ‘hole in the wall’ protest about the long decay of a crumbling eyesore.
Fashioned after a castle turret, this used to house a header tank to feed a founder and water the planting schemes toward Bournemouth.
Inspiration for the one featured in the Kevin Costner film 'Robin Hood, Prince of Thieves'.
Taken when I was 14. Three Kodak Instamatic prints stitched together over 40 years later.
An early 'Picture Within A Picture' study - a mirror image in a temporary structure erected in the grounds for a Ford motor car exhibition.
Huge gable end 'graffiti' in the 'ZUP' d'Alençon (now the Perseigne quarter).
With the basilica Notre Dame at Alençon of the Lower Normandy region in France.
The 15th century gothic-style chapel is beautifully integrated within the countryside.