Born in London of Polish parents, I have been taking photographs for 30 years, a chronicle of the lives and tribulations of my friends and family, but also of my varied interests and travels. As a research scientist I am used to analysis, interpretation and examining problems from obtuse angles. Applying these skills to photography gives me an opportunity to perhaps eye things slightly differently. Photographs are a historical record of a moment in time. You and I may well look at the same scene, but I doubt we see the same thing.
Having been lucky enough to have works chosen for the Summer Exhibition at the Royal Academy of Art in London in 2004 and 2005, I've had a number of solo exhibitions: 'The mysticism of places without people', 'The Tree', 'The mysticism of nature', 'Art at work', 'Signs of Ethiopia' and ‘Travels with Infra-red’.
What is art?
A product of human creativity to stimulate thoughts and emotions.
Who is an Artist?
Someone who deliberately sets out to create, demonstrate or practise an art work.