I am a photographer based in the beautiful town of Worthing in West Sussex and I cover editorial, sport, PR, weddings and events. Since graduating from Glasgow College of Building and Printing (now City of Glasgow College) and relocating to London i spent almost fifteen years working as a Press/Sports Photographer having had work published nationally in The Express, The Guardian, The Independent, The Times, The Daily Telegraph, The Sun, The Mirror and The Daily Mail.
In my daily life I always carry a camera, for both personal and work photography. No matter what I am capturing I attempt to tell a story.
My favourite subjects are the urban landscape, travel and architectural photography.
Initially I was attracted to photography as a way of capturing my hillwalking and cycling experiences but I soon progressed onto full-time study. I have been a Nikon user since 1999 shooting on a lovely old FM2 borrowed from the college store before progressing to a F5 then onto digital bodies. From 2011-2016 the majority of my travel photographs were shot using Fujifilm X Series cameras as the thought of carrying a 15kg bag full of kit when travelling really doesn't appeal, the practicality of a small mirrorless camera suits me perfectly.
I have recently (feb 2017) changed my travel set-up to the Olympus OM-D system.
I am a self-confessed Apple nerd, a Brompton bike rider, an avid traveller and a huge fan of online photographic communities such as instagram, vsco and flickr, taking inspiration from a hugely talented bunch of photographers from all over the world. Please feel free to connect with me on any of these platforms, i would love to see your work.
When I am not working there is a pretty good chance that I will be found camera in hand on a photowalk around London or enjoying the West Sussex coastline.
If you have any questions at all or would like to book a place on a workshop please don’t hesitate to contact me.
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