Around 20 years ago, with a portfolio full of studio Still Life photography and hoping for the comfort of a blacked out room full of lights, I found myself getting work, albeit not in the controlled environment I initially expected. One of my first assignments involved being lifted up 40ft in a cherry picker balancing on the edge of a cliff to get the best angle on a lampost. Getting out of the studio wasn’t so bad and even photographing the occasional person was OK. Nowadays, I am more than happy to mix things up a bit.

I’mĀ available for commissions, just give me a ring or drop me a line.