Now based in Cambridge, I started out doing photography when I was 11 with a 110mm camera bought by my mother.
I took ameteur pictures for years until I was living in Mallorca in 2001 when I started doing some work for a local company taking pics for their website. I began taking online courses soon after and continued to do so even after joining the RAF in 2006.
After an injury sustained in Afghanistan, I was told I would no longer be able to stay in the forces so I began taking more advanced courses online and workshops to be able to use my photography once I had finished my treatment and moved back to civilian life.
Now in 2017, I have been published by the likes of GQ magazine and Porsche 911. Along with building an Image library for the Royal Air Force Association charity and covering events for Help for Heroes RAF Benevolent Fund and numerous others.
I cover as many aspects of photography as I am able and have worked in many fields from Afghanistan war zones to newborn portraits, weddings and landscape and motorsports photography.
I love a challenge and requests to do anything new and unusual as well as more mainstream family portraits and still life.