I first got into film photography around the year 2000. The bug bit deep. For the past decade-and-a-half, I’ve been shooting film – colour, black-and-white, slide, cross-processed and long expired.
I run the analogue photography blog Zorki Photo, which tries to dispel some of the myths about film photography – that it’s overly technical, that it’s too expensive, too difficult to learn, too inflexible. Many of the cameras I shoot on are the kind of tried-and-trusted classics you might find in your parents’ loft or at a car boot sale.
I’m an ambassador for Lomography – their Lomo LC-A compact was one of the cameras that sparked my love of film photography – and have held exhibitions in London, Paris and Romania. I’m originally from New Zealand, but have called London home for the last 20 years.