I am an opportunist when it comes to taking photos, not planning much but experimenting, capturing whatever I encounter. They move something inside my heart and maybe they do the same to others.
Thanks to a BTEC in Graphic Design, which I completed at the beginning of the new millennium, I turned from a strict “anti-photographer” to a passionate “hobby photographer”.
I like colours, shapes, light and abstract close-ups or long-exposure shots. My lens usually draws me to flowers and nature, since there are so many possibilities for motives. The more colours the better.
I started taking photos with an old analogue single lens reflex camera from Minolta and changed to a digital SLR Olympus E-419 a few years ago.
My life has changed a lot professionally over the past decade but my passion for design and photography is still active, even if it is only a hobby on the side. I do, for example, use my photographs for individual greeting cards or inspirational bookmarks.
Recently there has been more and more interest in my photos. I have donated photographs to my place of work, where they are displayed in waiting areas and the corridor, hoping to raise money for our department should anyone whish to purchase a copy.
I’m not a professional photographer and failed terribly on the exposure rates and shutter speed calculations during photography lessons. But so many photos have accumulated over the years, I thought I might as well get them out there and share them with others. They do, for example, add a nice little bit of colour to my blog posts.
I have had small exhibitions here and there in England, German and Italy. Some of my photos have made it to Denmark on a personal trail 🙂
This page aims mainly at those who want to find out more after having purchased a photo or photo card of mine.
Please get in touch if you have any queries!