Peter Clark

There are no bad pictures;
that’s just how your face looks sometimes.

Abraham Lincoln
The heartbreak that is Beth


Peter thinks he was four when he discovered the remarkable possibilities of the humble HB pencil and started to draw, but it wasn’t until he was sixteen when he got his hands on his first camera ( a Zenit B) and discovered its potential. From there he began to understand that the click of the shutter button could be as satisfying as the hard-won labours of painting. But, it is those many years wielding the hog hairs that have informed every image framed by his camera.

His some-time limp is the result of straddling the two disciplines.



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Photograph by Brian Williams


Methuselah with Vanessa Fenton

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