My interest in photography began when I joined the Danum Grammar School Camera Club in Doncaster. Under the guidance of my chemistry teacher, Keith Adamson MSc FRPS, I was taught how to develop black and white films and make darkroom prints. My work is now totally digital. In 1970 I joined the Royal Photographic Society and gained the Licentiate distinction in 1972 followed by the Associateship in 1980. I am currently a Trustee and Council Member of the Society and a former Chair of the Licentiate Distinction Panel. I don’t specialise in any particular branch of photography, but I do like to work on a series of images rather than single masterpieces. These sets of images are sometimes as few as three, sometimes ten or more depending on the subject. Photographic history is another one of my interests and I am currently researching the life and work of a local photographer.