In the Summer of 1999, I secured my first job as a Photographer's Assistant. Back then, everything was shot on film with manually-operated cameras, handled by skilled, mathematically-minded photographers.
It was a dream job for an eager teenager; loading rolls of Kodak Portra into tank-like Hasselblad bodies, switching between priceless lenses and learning advanced techniques from a true master craftsman.
Inspired by the power of the image, especially when coupled with compelling writing, I've continued to experiment in fine art landscapes and street photography, whilst shooting digital for corporate, communications and marketing commissions.
Below you can find a selection of my ongoing adventures in film photography, with more available on Flickr, complete with a bit of background on the film, lenses and photochemistry involved.