I started to be interested in Photography in 1978 when I purchased a Praktika TL1000 manual single lens reflex camera. Since then I have owned many cameras and shot hundreds of rolls of film. I currently shoot with a Pentax SFXn SLR film camera (35 mm), a Canon IXUS AF film camera which takes APS film (35 mm), an unbranded single focus plastic camera (35 mm), various throw-away single use cameras, A Sony A300 digital SLR, a Fuji pocket camera and my LG Sprite phone with additional lenses. Click here for processing and camera details. I develop my own films and then scan them using a combination of Lomography SmartPhone Scanner and an old Epson flatbed scanner. I like to do my editing in Photoshop CS4.
Reading Patti Smith, 2016
Coffee and cake in Tallinn, 2014
Blue Building, Warsaw, Poland, 2016
A corner building in Islington, B & W with Caffenol Developing
Helsinki in Winter, 2011
Windmill on the Skanzen near Tallinn
The ruins of Pirita Convent on the coast. Behind is the new convent.
The Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in its original place. The removal of this monument and grave sparked an international incident.
This building is just outside the city walls, near Balti Jaam.
The Russian Orthodox Cathedral
An old lane in the old town.
Another old street in Tallinn.
Snow covered building on Toompea
The old fishing quarter
One of many intricate doors, Tallinn, Estonia, 2014
Minsk, Autumn 2016. Cannon Ixus APS with outdated film
Entrance to concert Hall, Trinity Island, Minsk 2016
Bus Shelter, London 2017, outdate B&W film, Caffenol developing