A collection of urban landscapes from along the East Sussex coast, Low Season looks at how local resort towns failed to adapt to the loss of the traditional English seaside tourist in the 70’s and 80’s and allowed some of their most interesting and unique built assets to perish or be replaced by mediocre new developments.
This exhibition was originally shown in Hastings as part of the Brighton Photo Fringe 2010 and is now touring.
I am an artistic and commercial photographer specialising in landscape, architectural and reportage photography, with a fascination for the unusual and out of place. My work is dominated by urban and natural landscapes, with people usually featured only as participants within them or to illustrate the scale of the different environments we inhabit. I often look to isolate an individual element or detail within a landscape, as these can illustrate or encapsulate most clearly the essence of a place without overloading the eye. All my work is shot on location without the use of additional lighting.