I'm not faithful to one particular medium, and it's what I try to teach to people who work with me.
I've been working with the land for most of my life; walking it and photographing it. And I love it to bits.
And in fact I don't believe there is such a thing as a definitive picture of something. The land is a living, breathing thing and light changes its character every second of every day. That's why I love it so much.
It was 1966 by the time I started taking pictures seriously and books, newspapers and magazines of the time were full of great pictures that helped to inspire me.
After Land I wanted to continue exploring the theme but I needed a new challenge so turned to colour. I explored Bradford and produced a series of urban landscapes that I liked, but because Land had made such an impact on the general public my colour work wasn't reviewed.
I hardly teach. It's more like a gathering of minds looking at one subject and learning from each other. I enjoy the process.
I have always loved reading, so was interested in the literary world, and took many literary portraits.
I like photographs which leave something to the imagination.