I am passionate about creativity and lighting, inspiring others and working as a team.
I’ve loved taking pictures ever since I was young. Walking along the coast for hours capturing moments of light through the clouds.
That love of light has continued to grow over the years. Working with, and mixing, different light sources to create dramatic, powerful images.
I’ve been taking pictures professionally since my first commercial job for All Bar One in 1998.
So far I’ve managed to shoot in the UK, Europe, Africa, Asia and I’m really keen to go to California and Amsterdam and shoot over there.
I enjoy working with professional athletes at the top of their game, to grassroots projects with local communities that share a passion for sport and healthy living.
I have a network of production companies, photo studios, model / athlete agencies, retouch companies, hair / make up / stylists etc that I’ve worked with over the last 20 years.
Clients Include: Duracell, Sport Relief, Freud Communications, Cadbury, RBS, Hill & Knowlton, Nike, gyro, Red Bull, Four Four Two, Rugby World, FHM, Empire, Nickelodeon, Mixmag, L’Oreal, Mars, adidas, Honda, Jabra Sports, Sky Sports, Pretty Green, Gatorade, Ministry of Sound, Formidable, Dr Martens, Sightsavers, PETA, Elle (India), Men’s Health (Netherlands), Limelight Sports, The Brooklyn Brothers, IMG, Synergy, Panama (Germany), Getty Images.
After my photography degree I lived in Madrid for 5 years (2001 – 2006) working as a Lighting Technician setting up big-production advertising shoots around Europe. Whilst shooting my own stuff for fashion magazines in Madrid and Barcelona. Returning to London in 2006 to focus on being a commercial sport photographer.
I enjoy creating images with strong colours and contrast. Aiming to make the images stand out in an image-hungry world.
I work with a wide range of lighting kit, creating different moods and tones to suit any shoot.
I enjoy shooting documentary videos as well as interviews about new products and videos of athletes in training.
“There’s nothing more liberating than shooting a new idea or in a new place. It can be quite spontaneous, without planning, or can be about finding the right character to tell your story.
It’s usually how most of us started creating interesting content in the first place. Personal work is what recharges us and re-inspires us.”
A Photo Editor