Blue Tile & Glass, Hong Kong

One of the things I love about Hong Kong is that I could just spend hours making photos of buildings. From decaying blue tiles

The Breakaways, Coober Pedy

Once part of an inland sea, Coober Pedy and surrounding areas are world famous for Opal. The Breakaways are not far out of Coo

Take a Break, Hong Kong 2019 – digital photo

Daily life in Hong Kong is a grind for many people. People of all ages, including those who would normally be retired in anoth

Uluru detail #1, Northern Territory – digital photo

If you’ve never been to Uluru in the Northern Territory, you should try and get there. Once you ignore the multitude of

Quiet Afternoon – Micro-Nikkor 55mm 3.5

The Micro-Nikkor 55mm 3.5 Auto lens paired with the Sony NEX 5 (got for cheap second-hand) and hooded magnifier accessory migh

Deep Heart – digital photo using Micro-Nikkor 55mm 3.5 Auto lens

The Micro-Nikkor 55mm 3.5 Auto lens possesses shockingly fine sharp glass. Microcontrast is amazing and at least on my 1970s c

You’re so far away…

In the middle of busy and bustling Hong Kong, I received word that my father was about to pass. We all said our last goodbyes

Worlds Before – acrylic on canvas

Like so many of my paintings, this one painstakingly evolved from layers beneath. Once I’d found the rhythm of the piece

untitled – lavender and gold with pencil – acrylic and Prismacolor pencil on A5 watercolour paper

This is another warm-up on A5 watercolour paper. These are so small that they don’t take too long at all. Sometimes the

untitled – acrylic & Prismacolor pencil on A5 watercolour paper

Scanned at 1200 dpi on an Epson XP 200, with a little clarity and sharpening in Lightroom, I think the detail in this one is w

Phalanx – acrylic and charcoal on canvas

Once more, this was a struggle to complete. Lots of slashing strokes and scratching into the paint film dominate the surface.

Phoenix – acrylic on canvas

Study in space and line #1 – acrylic on Yupo

Lesser Perceptions – acrylic on A5 watercolour paper

I like to pin watercolour paper or Yupo to the studio wall and use them as creative warm-ups. This one is about vibrating colo