Bradley Hawkins (1960, Yorkshire) works
with photography, electronics and software
to create digital art.

With a keen eye for the diverse world around
him, Bradley uses macro, landscape, aerial and
Zen inspired photography techniques to present
scenes we might have overlooked. His pictures
imply deep philosophical questions – often seasoned
with hidden humour.

Bradley’s work is intensely personal and establishes a link between the landscape’s reality and that imagined by the photographer, asking the viewer to see the world from
a deeper perspective. Drawing from a Zen, Tao and counselling  background his works focus on questions of existence, somatic experience and the inner peace of oneness.

Bradley Hawkins currently lives and works in Gosport.

To view more of Bradley’s work visit