Category: Members

Members of the Roving Eye machine

Jason Paul Gray

Jason Paul Gray

“My name is Jason Paul Gray, I love abandoned places, fungi, anything old & worn out, religious art, natural structures, graves, lost toys, dead birds, rust, the bent, the battered, the broken & Anlaby Road flyover.”

Phill Clarkson

Phill Clarkson

Phill Clarkson was told by his art teacher to consider a future in abstraction or photography; he ignored this advice and chose a career in sales instead. Many years and many motorway miles later Phill borrowed a friends camera and was instantly hooked, for life. Sales is now nothing but a distant memory, he sees in pictures.

George Norris

George Norris

George Norris spent much of his early life trawling the streets and tenfoots of Hull with his horse looking for scrap metal; It is from this tough background (the sometimes bleak neighbourhoods, the people the exceptional memorable characters) that George formulated his photojournalistic approach to his art. Photographs which (without any narcissism) show where Hull has been, their aim to keep the fading memories fresh in the hope of informing and delighting new generations of our shared history. – RE remix from an original article by Ian Farrow

Kevin Rudeforth

Kevin Rudeforth

Kevin Rudeforth is the originator of Roving Eye and has been taking photographs since buying his first SLR (Fujica STX-1) in the late 1970s. He is mostly interested in the broken urban world though has been known to find solace in trees and other aspects of the natural experience..

Philip Dyson

Philip Dyson

Philip Dyson is based in Markham Ontario, and his love affair with photography started in the 90’s. As a Hairstylist working on fashion and beauty shoots, his curiosity developed into a growing passion for photography, but it was nature photography that appealed to him more than fashion and beauty over the coming years. “It’s tough to explain my fascination with the natural world, I just love getting out there..totally immersed..almost lost in it all..that’s when its real..that’s when you connect..” Dyson explores 2 very different sides of photography – Nature and man-made beauty.