The term red eye describes the photographic effect achieved when light from a camera flash is reflected from the back of the eye or retina, usually through a dilated pupil. Red eye is often the torment of amateur photographers and it is probably safe to say that few realise that they have taken a retinal photograph. I have intentionally been taking images of the retina at the Oxford Eye Hospital since 2004 assisting the medical team in the recording and diagnosing of a variety of ophthalmic disorders.
As well as documenting and recording the retina I have worked on a few interesting projects that are included on this website along with some of the work I am most proud of.
Hope you enjoy looking at my work and please feel free to contact me if you have any questions.