I've published a number of photo collections, some of which contain photos you'll see in my galleries on this website. They're an eclectic bunch, some highly personal, some whimsical. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Shoebox of Small Photographs started off when I found an old shoebox full of very small photographs taken mostly by my late mother during her honeymoon in the late fifties. They quite enigmatic in that they lack any sort of description, so much of what's in them - the people, the places - is guesswork. So I decided to do my own shoebox of little photos...

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

For many years I've photographed windows everywhere I traveled. The result is the first volume of Windows of the World, a collection of photos taken in Europe, at home in South Africa, and in the Far East. Who knew there can be so many ways to construct and decorate a window, and that it can say so much about what goes on beyond it...

 

 

 

 

 

 

Then there's the collection of revolutionary village wall art from Sardinia - my very first attempt at publishing; A Snow Pilgrimage, a collection of snow photos; and Monochrome, a collection of black and white images, mostly set in Paris.