I've loved photography for most of my life, I think probably from the time (aged around 10) I saw a black and white print magically appear in my dads makeshift darkroom (cobbled together in a North London bathroom). After learning the skills of taking, processing and printing with film cameras at college (A-Level/BTEC), I later studied and gained a full diploma in digital imaging. I see photography as a never ending developing skill, I'm always looking to learn and regularly attend workshops and trade events. I enjoy working with computers and am excited by new technology like Ai.
After moving to Norfolk a few years ago, I started to explore and capture the stunning landscape close to home. Although I have a full time job in London as Technical Manager at a broadcast sound equipment hire company, my passion for photography grows with every click of the shutter. Along with selling calendars and prints, a few years ago I started to plan and lead group photography walks around the Norfolk coast, I'm currently planning some walks for London too, a city I know well having lived there for most of my young life. Photography Walks started after realising the benefits that photography, walking, being in great locations and around like minded people have for our mental and physical wellbeing.
Along with my landscape work, I enjoy photographing people and events, specifically live music performance. Through volunteering as house photographer at Islington Assembly Hall and photographing a local North Norfolk festival (Deepdale Festival), I've gained a fair bit of experience and I'm hoping to pursue this avenue of photography further.
In recent years, my photographic work has been used by Nokia, ITV, BBC and used in various local print publications. Along with 7 years of Norfolk calendar sales, in December 2018 I published my first book of landscape work entitled into the light. My second book 'somewhere in between' documents a 2020 charity walk of the North Norfolk coast path, a challenge I set myself during the Coronavirus pandemic. My photographic work has led to interviews with BBC Radio, magazine front covers/features and features in local newspapers. On rare occasions I attend craft fairs and markets to sell my prints and calendars.
I'm experienced, patient, friendly, happy to travel and happy to work with people of all ages. For further details on hiring me as your photographer or tutor, please do get in touch.
All landscape work on the site is available to purchase as wall art or for commercial or advertorial use under licence. I have sales pages on Etsy and Photo4Me. More recent work can be found on my social sites - Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and Threads.
Outside of work, I enjoy spending time with friends and family, walking, food/drink, design, music and fundraising for various charities.
I currently shoot with a Nikon D780, for any post work, I use photoshop.
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