These photographs were taken on film off a Pentax 6x7. There is something incredible about film and I am starting to prefer it over anything. It is risky and frustrating - not being able to use countless frames due to exposure or just way to much dust. I love how you take photographs and don't see them for a long time - during which I constantly worry something isn't going to come out right. But, I tend to be pleasantly surprised most of the time. The great war documentary photographer Robert Capa had 35mm rolls of D-Day film that he didn't see for months. Unfortunately due to an assistant error in the darkroom out of the 106 frames fired, 8 negatives came out. 8 beautiful negatives, along with the rest of Capa's WWII work, not only capture a few minutes on the bloody beaches of Normandy but also the entire canon of emotion of America soldiers during WWII.
I hope one day to create photographs that will convey feelings or ideas that represent a greater truth. A project of four or five more photographs from the Welsh coast will be on the website soon.