For over twenty years I've been seeking out alternative stories in our surviving material culture and sharing them with my photographs and words.
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In the late 1990's I had a breakdown that ultimately led me, through a journey that took me away from depression, to a new career in photography. But what was the spark that ignited my journey?
Across a building extruded from the Triassic and Jurassic this isn't just a parable of faith, but also the story of the cosmos itself and our part in it.
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I drive into the timeless landscape surrounding Hadrian's Wall. It's a unique place, defined by the ancient ribbon of limestone that runs through it.
This is one of those iconic churches that never disappoints. St. Mary is lodged within a bucolic landscape neighboured by the Star Inn pub.
I stand and watch the Kentish rag rise up from the dull nights refrain and prick out lines and glyphs that are older than the church itself.
A nod to Banister Fletcher: Church Towers
What I've discovered about this building is that it keeps on telling. It speaks of an architect who was inspired by his own town and community to create a building in harmony with the spaces around it.
This place goes deep into the psyche, deep into time and is deep into the ground.