I don't get wrapped up in technique and the like.
The viewer must bring their own view to a photograph.
I like photographs which leave something to the imagination.
Maybe black and white is the best medium for landscapes, I don't know.
You can't expect to take a definitive image in half an hour. It takes days, often years.
I have always been a very keen walker, though, and I often took a camera with me on my walks.
I'm not faithful to one particular medium, and it's what I try to teach to people who work with me.
I have always loved reading, so was interested in the literary world, and took many literary portraits.
I've been working with the land for most of my life; walking it and photographing it. And I love it to bits.
I had been working in colour for ten years or so and looked at digital and liked the possibilities it gave me.