Specialising in anonymous photography of everyday people, with a dark, often erotic, overtone.
Fine art, like the bodies it captures, can take many forms; the ability to create my own fine art with an erotic twist is something for which I am truly grateful.
For years I searched for a style of my own, always looking at the work of those around me, though I soon realised that photographic art is the ability to see, capture and display something of your own vision, for others to then appreciate.
I aim to capture what I feel is beautiful, and what I hope will deliver to the viewer a breath of fresh air - and something eye opening. Often photographing everyday people, anonymously, for my work, being discreet is also quite a specialty, allowing people to feel special in experiencing an intimate shoot in the safety that no-one knows of their secret.
My photographic work is produced through inspiration and vision - those who cannot see the effort and structure in my portfolio for the simple beauty it displays are the very people who should disregard it. For the true appreciators, I hope you enjoy my efforts.
Read Chris' article in SomethingDark
Chris introduces his most daring and controversial work after a project following the works of Japanese photographer Kenichi Murata and discusses his inspiration for it, while speaking his mind on eroticism and the creative process, in the latest issue of SomethingDark.
Read it online: You can always look away.