"I feel an instant connection to any place through grafitti. From hastily scrawled political slogans in the piazzas surrounding Florence's Duomo to finely crafted, highly-coloured storyboards in little-known alleyways in London, grafitti tells the story of a city or town by the people who use it the most.
My photographic work is varied, encompassing sea and landscapes, studio portraiture and urban architecture.
My work draws heavily on themes from 1950 and 1960's pop art, and I particularly enjoy the absorbing process of digital colourisation techniques such as those devised for silk-screen printing applications by Andy Warhol's factory movement.
I respond to the simplistic beauty of pure design such as that pioneered by the German Bauhaus school, and continued by contemporary exponents like Mies van der Rohe and Zaha Hadid".