Photographs by Andrew Haley for Cambridge Open Studios 2006

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Andrew Haley

I began taking photographs when I was a teenager. In my late thirties I started working at photography much more seriously. I've lived in Cambridge for more than twelve years.

My work covers a wide range of subjects. My greatest interest is the architecture of the twenty-first century city, and in particular the way modern people use ancient structures.

I care very much about colour. The world around us is rich with colour, and I want my work to express that.

The great revolution for me was digital imaging. Now, using the computer, I have complete creative control over the final appearance of my own photographs. Sometimes the process of editing photographs is more like painting than photography. There is no longer a sharp dividing line between the two art forms.

The big picture

The big print shown above featured in my Open Studio event in 2006. I took the photograph on the island of Burano in the Venetian lagoon, using a medium format film camera, and then scanned the transparency. I made the print myself.

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