I'm a British photographer, illustrator, designer and artist based in East Sussex. I was born in London and raised as a bilingual speaker by my Hungarian parents who came to the UK from Budapest as refugees following the 1956 Uprising.
I am now ill-health retired from my nearly 24 year career with the Police as a staff videographer, following Covid, which impacted on my pre-existing Fibromyalgia and other conditions leaving me with M.E. and Long Covid.
I completed an Arts Foundation Studies course and went on to achieve a BA (Hons) degree in Media & Design in 1991, specialising in film-making, photography and graphic design.
I've been an Associate Member of the Royal Photographic Society since 2003, and joined the Disabled Photographers' Society in 2022.
My photographs are often the result of being in the right place at the right time and just catch my eye - my little window on the world. I like things that are beautiful, sometimes strange, and often thought-provoking - just like life. Professionally most of my artwork was created to meet a brief or a need, although personally I create as inspiration arises, in the moment, and with no set outcome.
Although my health limits my mobility and energy levels constantly I'm still creating artwork and photography whenever I can.
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