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Have a look around and be sure to be in touch if you have any questions

It seems that everyone is a photographer these days. Like most things, some are better than others. Perhaps you aspire to be better. You could access countless online tutorials on the subject of photography. Many of these are very good and I watch them myself. But suppose your the kind of person who learns by doing and is looking to challenge yourself by discovering a new way to think about photography. I have two words for you, Street Photography. I’m talking about the making of intentional, creative, focused and deliberate work that will allow you to develop your skills as a photographer and give you the confidence to be better at whatever area of photography interests you.

This is what I’ve learned through street photography.

  • How to compose and frame a shot before you even look into the camera.

  • Know your camera so that you don’t have to think about it. Your only job is to compose, frame, get the exposure right, and focus.

  • Seeking out the dark side. Learning to see and use shadows and light.

  • Patience will be rewarded, wait for the moment to come to you.

  • Every picture tells a story. It’s why people look at your work.

    Poorly made photographs don’t improve with age. Be a ruthless editor.

If your photography has been in a rut for too long, or you’re just curious, allow me to help you get your mojo back. I’m offering individual or small group workshops introducing you to the wonders of Street Photography with the goal of helping you to see and make photographs differently. My previous business model focused exclusively on post processing and digital asset management. There will be none of that. What matters is what you create when you click the shutter. With me at your elbow, I will try and get you to see what you’ve been missing.

So have a look around my projects, particularly the street images. Some of these are award winners and believe it or not some people have paid me for prints. I love to talk about how and why a particular photograph was made. So feel free to contact me about a workshop or just to have a conversation. The best way to reach me is through the contact page on this site.