Brent Alexander McTavish is a Canadian-British photographic visual storyteller living in Carcassonne, France.

“Images that go BAM” is the culmination of over 30 years of dedication to my craft. I am motivated by beauty, connectedness, intrigue and otherworldliness. And I am inspired by spiritual and religious iconography, actual, perceived or imagined.

One day in 2007, I awoke with a roaring headache from banging my head against a brick wall trying to “make it” as a Photographic Artist in London, England. I decided to step away from my long cherished path, focussing my attention instead on supporting other artists in their career endeavours.

Before moving fulltime to Carcassonne, France in September 2013, I last worked at Harrow Arts Centre in North West London as the Arts Programming Administrator. My role was pivotal to the successful running of the Centre, where I had the honour to support other artists on their pathway to success.

After this much needed hiatus, I have joyfully returned to my native and instinctive Visual Storytelling self. Free from the shackles of the London Art Establishment's preoccupation with Deconstructive Postmodernism blah blah blah, I am once again free to create that which inspires me and not that which the Establishment says is ART.