Where did it all begin?
It was 1994 when I got my first SLR camera, a Nikon FE, after a trip to used camera store. I had just started studying A' level photography at school in Guernsey and was ready to start my foray into learning the craft.
I fell in love with the medium very quickly and when I wasn't in the darkroom developing film I would work in the local camera shop on weekends learning about all the latest cameras and gadgets.
After high school I went on to obtain a BA (Hons) in Photography at The University of Wolverhampton, with some extra studies at Buffalo University New York. Graduating in 2000, I soon relocated to London to begin my professional journey.
Since 2003 I've been specialising in photography for London actor's, artists and performers. For over a decade I've honed my style at my boutique studio in Hackney, East London, combining editorial and headshot photography to help performers market themselves.
These days I always shoot digital, but I come from an analog background and am skilled in both 35mm, Medium Format and even 5x4.
Currently I worked only with Canon DSLR's, my selection of prime lenses and use Bowens Pro-Studio lighting.
Since 2015 I've been dividing my time between London and Los Angeles working on a variety of creative projects.