As a teenager I was fascinated by photography but couldn’t afford hardly any of it. I still remember the awe-inspiring experience of shooting my first 12 colour pictures.
Since then and a dozen cameras later, in common with many people I have several thousand photos on disk. You'll find a selection of my favourite works on Flkrand eventually I intend posting further galleries of photos that will include Iran, the Thames, sailing barge Leonard Piper, The Ardeche, and other categories yet to be discovered.
Beaubourg, four mini-essays on the Centre National D'Art et Culture Georges Pompidou in Paris: a look at the building itself, statements from the designers, a critique by a group of English architects, and the filmmaker's own reactions to the building. The activities provided by the library and museum of the Georges Pompidou Centre are enhanced by the talents of street performers who entertain visitors on the large piazza outside the building. Arts Council 1981
Behaving Ourselves a film about human nature with Bob Young Science and Society series Central TV 1982
And I expect to be able to add:
Doctors, medical education and stress Central TV 1980
The Nuclear State Science and Society Central TV 1982
With Doctors, Behaving Ourselves and The Nuclear State for ITV the content of the films became more interesting to me than the making. My creative zizz moved in the direction of the human potential movement and humanistic psychology and becoming a practitioner, for which see psychopractice services and book and writings.
For around 25 years the real-life dramas of work with clients replaced and out-shone that of film production until, not long ago, I discovered that I could own the mean of production – recording, editing and mixing HD video on a desktop PC with cameras and lenses I already owned. A bit shakey and flakey some of these videos, but more assured with the three recent ones. See what you think.