Collections. There's probably a bit of OCD about all photographers. Mine is evidenced by this series of collected images celebrating the tiny differences between things we assume to be identical.
This project started with the systematic documentation of a Volkswagen rally from London to Brighton which ended up near my home.
I'm fascinated by the little differences that make the seemingly identical so wonderfully individual.
This collection of buoys was shot in St Ives harbour on one low tide. It was only when piecing together the artwork that the rainbow of colour became apparent.
Probably the oddest thing I’ve bought on eBay - a jar of pickled bees.
I’ve looked out for and photographed these plastic promotional ice creams for years on business trips and holidays
These stars (in stripes) were photographed on a road trip down the west coast of the USA.
Some collections take years to amass, but this one was the result of a 45 minute walk studying the beach huts at Whitby.
35mm film canisters. Thanks to all of my photo friends for emptying their fridges.
Mooring ropes on the sand in the harbour at St Ives.
Lambretta scooter badges
Sometimes I get very strange looks when I’m taking pictures.
Plastic ‘disposable’ lighters found over a period of time on the beach at Brighton.
A 40 minute walk along Brighton beach was long enough to gather all of these different pieces of fishing rope and net.