Peter Wiseman is a a self-taught photographer and for many years experimented in creative photography employing a variety of media and using his images to complement his creative writing. But this was put on hold when, in addition to his day job, his wife and himself took on the lease of an old school, refurbished it and created a Gallery for local artists. This became part of the village community and they ran it for 10 years. The creation of and running the gallery, together with his own career progression and family commitments, meant he had little time for photography.
A change in circumstances gave him the opportunity to take up photography again and become a photographic artist. Although a new digital camera and the software supplied with it enable Peter to continue to develop his creative skills, his art is firmly based on capturing the right images to use to convey a notion. The work Peter is now producing is manipulated photographic art mainly on stretched canvas.