I am a Photographer & Printmaker focusing on landscape scenery. With my etchings, the majority of them have come from my photos, which makes my work unique and collected. I love photography and capturing a scene, that works as a print but also credits itself as an image. My best prints have come from having photography included from the beginning. My work over the last 3 has been more personal, to do with memories, using places I know and easily relate too. When I was studying for my HND, the 1st years projects had a personal connection, which I think looking back made the work better, the reasoning behind it meant something and it leads to an outcome that your happy with. I have been known to change my mind a lot with my ideas, finding it hard to pin point the right one, but I have always gone back to my original idea which has worked up to this point. Working this way can end up being very time consuming, the time you spend in between can seem like a waste of time, but no amount of experimentation is a waste of time is it? The size and presentation of my work is very varied, I don’t have a specific style. I decide at the time with the work I have made, instead of beforehand. I’m different by the way I work, I don’t plan for everything to be the same or follow sequence, not every project is the same or even similar.