Robin Sinton is an award winning photographer living in the North East of England. Following his previous book, “Photogenic Drawings”, this latest book shows what he has been doing over the last few years, and how his photography has moved on. Somewhat surprisingly he has also re-visited images taken some time ago in the film age, and discovered that there were, after all, images lurking within.
I worked for longer than I should have in television as a leading video editor specialising in music programmes and concerts. I've always been a photographer and now that I'm freelancing I've had much more time to develop (no pun intended) my photography. I find that in many cases the video work and photography complement each other and I have had several photography commissions from clients which go hand in hand with the productions that I'm editing. I'm primarily a landscape photographer but reportage and portraiture are areas that I'm getting more and more into. I'm enjoying it all and after my first book with Blurb I'll have a rest until after Christmas and start thinking about the next one.