Trapping shadows, capturing light... we, photographers, are time robbers of a hopefully gentle kind.
During our planned and often unplanned journeys, we freeze and, to paraphrase Susan Sontag, we take with us delicate slices of time - so delicately thin that we hope nobody misses them.
I caught the photography "virus" in the early 1980s courtesy of a fully manual compact camera. Film is still used occasionally, but nowadays I commit most of the (hopefully gentle) time robbery via digital means...
Works are represented by Gallery 1839, curated by the London Photographic Association (LPA), also by Indigo Art UK and GOTO-Foto International.