My childhood interest in taking photos evolved into taking a GCSE in the subject followed by an ambition for a career in the photographic and media industries. My formal education continued with an Art and Design Foundation course at Central St Martins and then a BA in Photography from the Kent Institute of Art and Design in 2001. I feel that this was just the start of a continual process of learning, and I continue to develop new skills as well as changing styles, processes and equipment in order to stay up to date with the industry.
I have previously worked as a full time photographer for the Army Air Corps and I am currently working in the small media team for the London Ambulance Service. Alongside both of these positions I have continued to undertake my own projects and commissions which has led to further opportunities working in interesting places and with amazing people all over the world.
My interest in furthering my knowledge has led to me broadening my skills in the last decade. I have branched out into the obvious areas of video and sound production as well as the not so obvious project management, mechanics, fundraising, writing and leading a charity expedition halfway around the world. Most recently I have started an ambitious project working with reviving a former museum and its large collection of historic vehicles.
If you are interested in looking at some more of my work then please have a look at the links page.