I’m an award-winning travel and portrait photographer based in London and Surrey.
My work takes me off the beaten track, whether I’m shooting landscapes in wild parts of Scotland, or making striking documentary imagery of humanitarian aid work in hurricane-hit Caribbean islands.
My photography has been published in The Times, the Guardian, CNN and other international titles, as well as Pride Life, Soldier magazine and RAF News. My clients have included the British Army, Royal Air Force, Royal Canadian Air Force and Department for International Development. In 2017 I collected an award from the Association of Photographers for my stormy travel photography of a Scottish lighthouse.
Outside photography you’ll find me running long distances, wandering off the beaten track or reading essays.
Association of Photographers Student Awards 2017 – Best in category (Places)
Monochrome Photography Awards 2015 – Honourable Mention (People)
Monochrome Photography Awards 2015 – Honourable Mention (Architecture)
Image Nation – Old Truman Brewery, London, 2017
AOP Student Awards – Downstairs at Mother, London, 2017
Life Line – Greenwich Gallery, London, 2015