I grew up in the 60s, but I missed the swinging part: I was too young. My main memory of the 60s is that it smelled of fixer chemical (my dad was a part-time wedding photographer and developed photos under the stairs).
But maybe that memory is why I believe photography is about printing. Nurturing (and sometimes bullying) the image into printed form so that it can be hung on the wall is a real challenge —one that can also be frustrating and require many attempts to get right.
I hope you enjoy my images and that you feel sufficiently interested to purchase a print. Choosing to hang my work on a wall of your home is the highest form of compliment that I can receive as a photographer.