DAD: Hi there, would you tell us a little about your artistic background?
TH: My artistic background comes from Still Life work, I find it amazing how set ups are done and I have been trying many different things to produce better than the first.
DAD: When did you start your career as an artist?
TH: I started my career as a Teenager with a Film Camera.
DAD: Do you have a favourite artist or who and what are you inspired by at work? TH: My favourite artist has to be other people and they inspire me to do the work I do.
DAD: Where do you get your ideas for your motifs from?
TH: I have to say its other people that I get my motifs from, it is wonderful.
DAD: Which materials / media / software do you use for your creations?
TH: I use Photoshop Elements 8 and Lightroom 3 for my creations.
DAD: How would you describe your style, how does your art spark interest in its beholder?
TH: My style is famous for having pin sharp images, I like to see all the details in everything.
DAD: What was your favourite project until now and why?
TH: My favourite project has always been macro work as using a macro lens you see things so clear and its so mesmerizing.
DAD: What are you working on at the moment and what future projects do you have in the pipeline that we may look forward to?
TH: I am still doing macro work and still life photography and will try my hand at some outdoors nature shots.
DAD: What keeps you awake at your work with graphical software, with pencils and colours or behind the camera?
TH: I like to try different techniques with pencils as there are so many set ups you can do, and colour is the main object as it attracts the eye.
DAD: Would you as an experienced artist give some advices to apprentices or newcomers in your area of art?
TH: I would help out apprentices and newcomers as they learn by trying different approach to things.
DAD: Thanks a million for this short interview! For your artistic career we wish you all the best!