You work both in an abstract, expressive style as well as in a more unprocessed or photographic style. This is a situation a lot of people struggle with. They work in a more "art style" and a more "photographic style", and find it hard to put them both on the same page. How do you deal with working in these two very different styles at once?
It was something I struggled with when I first started experimenting with iPhoneography. A lot of people seemed to have very distinct styles. I couldn't seem to settle on just one. This was until I realized that I did not need to force my work in one direction or another just to conform to a style. All I needed to conform to is what made me happy. If it makes me happy then I am sure that there other people who will appreciate it too.
Which role does the iPhoneography community MobiTog have in your creative life?
MobiTog is my creative home. It is full of friends, inspiration, caring, nurturing, teaching, learning and sharing. The art being shared at MobiTog is of the best, if not the best, anywhere on the internet. Since I discovered MobiTog it has become my social community of choice. I have tried Flickr, EyeEm, 500px, Instagram, Oggl and every other community on the web but always come back to MobiTog. I have learned most of what I know from the brilliant artists in the community like RoseCat (Catherine Restivo), lisamjw (Lisa Waddell),maktub77 (Sacha Dohmen), Bob Weil, Rudy Vogel and many, many others whose names I apologise for not mentioning here. Venomator (Rog) and Smooth (Matt) have created something very special in MobiTog and for this I am eternally grateful to them both.