I have been a photographer for over forty years and the vast majority of my work has been in the landscape. I usually work on long term projects, often with some historical resonance, choosing an area to study over many years as can be seen in the various catalogues of work on this site. The Belgian project, for example, was started in 1995 and while photography may have ended in 2008 work continues with the project. Several smaller bodies of work are already over twenty years in the making.

In addition to my own photography I taught the subject for nearly thirty years. I have a particular interest in the history of the medium and its practice and this has resulted in considerable research into the development of the photographic lens and the current revival of working with older practices and equipment. This research is available as an ebook: “The Use of Historic Lenses in Contemporary Photography”. This may be obtained through the lulu.com site.

While the majority of my work has been made with black and white film and larger format cameras, and this continues, I have also worked extensively in colour, partly for commercial reasons but increasingly for my personal landscape projects, working digitally.

I have also produced a large body of work with the Polaroid Transfer process in partnership with the photographer Laura Wellington.

I can be contacted at: paul@landskip.co.uk


All work on this site is available for sale as either an archival giclee print, or as a silver gelatin black and white print. Images may also be licenced for use in publications.
A series of small books on various aspects of my work is currently in preparation and will be available online at the lulu.com site.

For any details regarding sales or licences please contact me directly at: paul@landskip.co.uk