Born in Eastleigh near Winchester, I have spent much of the past twenty years based in London.
I discovered and subsequently developed my passion for photography through a desire to capture the natural beauty and drama of caves, a sport I still actively pursue.
After three years spent studying photography at the Blackpool and the Fylde College, in 1992 I graduated with an HND and PQE in professional photography. During my time as a student, I won first prize in the ‘Metro Imaging student awards’, and was runner up in Autocar magazine’s car photography competition.
After graduation, I directed my energy towards the assisting and location scout roles in the corporate and advertising genre.
In 2007 I became a staff photographer at ‘Moofe’, a high-end resource for CGI content providers, capturing HDRI and background imagery, shooting images on a worldwide basis, for use mainly within the automotive industry.
Inspired by the brilliance and philosophy of photographers such as Cartier Bresson, Jacques Henri-Lartigue, O Winston Link, and Frank Hurley, my work continues to evolve.
I am fascinated by the integration, or conversely, the loneliness of people in city and urban environments. This is reflected by many of my images here on this website.
Recent work has included shooting editorial features of runners engaging with a wide range of landscape environments. This work has been published in several European countries.
Over the past five years, I have been producing an ambitious non-commissioned documentary project entitled 'Recovering The Past' to coincide with the centenary commemorations of the Great War. Confirmed for exhibition in 2017 at the eminent 'In Flanders Fields Museum', Ypres, Belgium, in December 2015, I was given the honour of exhibiting 'Recovering The Past' at the Palais Des Nations in Geneva.