"For 25 years I taught on the highly-regarded undergraduate and postgraduate photography courses at the University of Brighton, here in the UK. When working with students my aim was always multifaceted and remains so. It is: (1) to tease out the individual; (2) to build upon ideas (however vague they may be); (3) to bring projects to a conclusion; and (4) to help to understand what to do with work once it is complete. In a world where most people now consider themselves photographers, we find ourselves in an image-saturated, highly competitive profession. However, my belief that those with good ideas, unwavering commitment, and (of course) talent remain as in demand as ever; there is always room for good work to float to the surface. I look forward to meeting you..."