In life I always try to see things for a different point of view.
From 9 to 5 (well 8 to 4) I am a teacher and seeing an experience through the eyes of a 12 year old can be a huge advantage, invariably avoiding conflict and leading to an amicable outcome.
In my free time as a an amateur artist and photographer, I also find that when you see things from a different perspective it can lead to giant leaps in creativity. Allowing yourself to be the other, and to see the world through a different pair of eyes can inspire you to be a better artist and photographer, capable of works that are more compelling to the viewer.
So, when I travel I endeavour to find an alternative viewpoint of a city, both to photograph and to experience.
Here are six examples of my photographs of cities from a different perspective, from time spent in Cairo, Amsterdam, New York, London, Venice and Stockholm.