His camera is hand-held in line with his body. Often he does not look through it with his eye but starts on his knees or crawls in order to catch a building or a view from a particular angle. Working somewhere between the film maker and the still photographer his exposures last as long as he keeps moving. Many of his photographs are two or three meters in length. Framed by the physical act of walking his images are both literal and metaphorical journeys, movements through space so that there remains something of the organic feel of their making.