My work is in colour. That’s how I think and how the world looks to me, so that’s what I shoot.
I don’t dislike black and white photography, and some people do it very well, but it’s not for me.
That said, I do often seek out places and things that at first glance, seem monochromatic or greyscale. These images could be mistaken for black and white photography. I’m conscious of that, and the dialogue it might encourage.
There is colour here. Viewing them as a group makes that’s clear. I could spend time and make these twenty images the same temperature, or tint, but that feels like manipulation.
I also find a lot of these images funny. I hope that humour is apparent in them, and in a lot of my other work too.