For 2016 I hosted an exhibition at Gallery Different, 14 Percy Street, London, W1T 1DRĀ 

All photographs from this exhibition are also available for purchase, fully framed and mounted by the team at Bayeux.

Much of the show was printed on archival quality metallic ( pearl) paper and mounted on 2mm aluminium sheet with full subframe. Sizes range from compact 20×20 inches to 45×30 inch large landscapes. If you are interested please get in touch.

2016 Exhibition

TravelSnapper Exhibition, 7-12 November 2016

Gallery Different exhibition

Exhibition set-up

TravelSnapper at Gallery Different

In 2015 I was chosen to exhibit as a part of the Royal Academy of Arts, Summer Exhibition.

A particular great pleasure given that photography, as an art, has only been included recently in this globally recognised show.

For the 2013 London show, there was a theme or a rich and full world of experiences from a range of travels around Brazil, southern Africa and Europe. The displayed images are pulled together into one collection here in my archive

Life in Lustre

London Exhibition October 2013

London 2010 was a show entitled “Romance & Reality” and brought together my photographs with a range of 1950’s and 1960’s prints from Sten Ewert ( my grandfather) who drew and painted them for various women’s magazines in Sweden. I have had them all reprinted on large canvas on wood subframe. The photographs are collected together in a gallery here.

For details of the images from Sten Ewert – please get in touch.

2010: Romance & Reality

These shows are a result of a personal challenge after a number of people had complimented me on my photographs, saying that I should try to sell them; so I thought I would give it a go to see if there were other people who liked them and if there was something more from photography for me. As a result I held some test shows with smaller audiences in 2008 and 2009 around the UK. I’m still learning, still travelling and still enjoying capturing the experience through my photography.





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