This is a collection of some of my photographs that best exemplify my work.
 Please find below a selection of 31 of those images: 
1- Imaginations
2- Landscapes
3- A Murder of Silhouettes (B&W)
4- Still Life
5- Portraits: The Self and The Other

Imaginations
The ruin on the island
Time Machine: the return
Ariadne
Tezcatlipoca: El Espejo de Humo
Incubus
The Angels' rest
This side of intimacy
Landscapes
St Margarets at Bay
La Paz below
Storm over Faversham
Sunset over Cadiz
Kimsa Cruz cordillera: a lake and llamas
Blue and green
A field of broad bean - Kent
Harvested wheat field - Walmer
A Murder of Silhouettes 
Still Life
The green flower pot
A nest of bread loafs
Fruit
Ichthus
A loaf and a fish
Cala lilies
Portraits
The Self
The Self
The Self beheaded
The Tarnished Mirror

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Somewhere in London
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Calla lilies
Six cala lilies in six images
Thistles
Continuing with my Still Life series...
Grain Fort and cause way another view
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Six photographs at Luminair Art Exhibition
For the whole of January Luminair Arts will be committing 80% of two floors of the Gallery to an 'Affordable Art Exhibition' I am presenting 6 photographs: a self portrait, one digital art and 4 still life. If you are visiting Tate Britain or are in the Pimlico/Victoria area, do pop in and visit Luminaire. The Gallery address is 7 Denbigh Street Pimlico, SW1V 2HF
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