My name is Pete and by day I am a professional photographer. But as much as I love my job, I also enjoy getting out there with the camera on my days off too. I have always had a strong interest in documenting graffiti and street art, and I have been an active graffiti writer since 1984.
It was Henry Chalfant and Martha Cooper’s ‘Subway Art’ released in 1984, that sparked my interest in photography initially, and as a Graffiti artist myself I had to learn how to use a camera in order to document my own artwork. But aside from capturing street art and graffiti with my camera, I also found myself documenting life in the big city where I was born too.
On this site you will find some of my favourite personal images that I have made over the years, covering all my favourite genres. All of which are ‘Made In London’.
On occasion I will also be blogging some of my photography walks, thoughts and places I have visited, including London and beyond.
Many thanks for visiting Exit Thirteen, please get in touch if you have any questions.
Also if you’re curious to see what I do in my day job, follow the Pictures In Pixels link at the bottom of this page.