I took my first black-and-white photographs in 1945. In the mid-1960s I
began wandering the deserted Sunday streets of what was still a post-war London, taking
colour photographs of the bomb sites, run-down backstreets, dusty antique shops and
greasy-spoon cafés. Selections of my photographs are in the collections of the Museum of
London, the international Bridgeman Art Library and Getty Images of New York.
I and my unique pictures
have been featured in the award-winning ITV series Disappearing London, presented by pop
star Suggs, screened a number of times in the UK and USA.
To see a video clip, click here
To see a selection of my photographs FOR SALE, click here