Until 2013 I operated as a freelance photographer, enjoying the infectious variety and the unpredictability of working for a wide diversity of clients; including geographical, design and lifestyle magazines, wedding couples and portrait sitters. No day was the same, and no day was uninteresting.

Since closing that business I have had more time to focus on my own personal work, and have been exploring local landscapes. It is a liberating experience to pick up a camera with no brief but your own inclination, and with no motivation but curiosity. The portfolios on this site represent the current direction of my work, much of which addresses the relationship between humans and nature as it is manifested in our landscapes.

In addition to the photography, I work as a part time technician and lecturer at the Henley College, and have completed an MA in Photographic Studies at the University of Westminster.