Artist, writer, professional photographer, public relations, freelance journalist, and champion insomniac. Travel photography, human interest, and editorial images are my primary focus. My work is featured in travel brochures and books, advertising packaging, European textbooks, and print or digital media around the world. All images offered on this particular site are priced at £50 or less.
This ferocious looking dog-like creature, meant to ward off evil, is a grotesque, not a gargoyle. It is one of several such stone ornamentations applied to the exterior of the medieval Bayeux Cathedral in Normandy, France. B&W
The former medieval priory of Saint Martin des Champs is now the Musee des Arts et Metiers in Paris, France. The large chapel has been repurposed to display vintage aircraft, steam trains, and cars which are displayed on layers of metal ramps against a side wall.
A row of grounded gargoyles, rescued from a medieval monastery which was being demolished, now on display at the in the cloister walkway of the Musee des Augustins, a former monastery now a museum, in Toulouse, France