I’ve been a photographer for as long as I can remember – I had a Kodak cassette camera when I was four, and when I was sixteen my dad gave me my first 35mm SLR. I started out taking B&W portraits in the sixth form common room and on the steps of school, and still love B&W for how it emphasises shapes and mood. My love of portraiture is as long as my relationship with cameras, and my enthusiasm for capturing the moment without dictating it informs my work.
I developed my artist’s eye and technical skill during my Master’s studies at the University of Westminster. In the darkroom I fostered a love affair with colour, hand printing large prints from medium and large format negatives. I use digital cameras now, but my treatment of colour remains rooted in the darkroom - colour truly excites me, and I see life in vivid shades. I aim to create for you timeless artworks and family photographs worthy of pride of place, and books to treasure through the generations.
I am based in the South East, but I am happy to work anywhere (travel costs may apply).