I am incredibly old, well I don’t believe it. After more than 50 years as in a variety of photographic settings culminating in a spell as a press photographer in a small local paper: think “The Shipping News”, I retired. Not wanting to be idle, I re-imagined myself as a woodcarver. My greatest claim to fame is the inscription on the Scottish National Bannockburn memorial. It’s about 300 yards long.
I live with my wife in a village near Stirling, Scotland, in a cottage that was built in 1776.