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One of my earliest photography jobs was taking pictures for a council’s image archives. I was sent out with a map (an actual paper map) to capture images of very specific bollards and grit bins. It was mind-numbing, but I took any opportunity to handle a camera. Over a decade and many weird and wonderful photography assignments and several courses at Central Saint Martin’s later, I found myself being offered a cup of tea by the delightful Joanna Lumley in her house before taking her picture.


Grit bins, celebrities, or stage doors, I take a lot of pride in my photography work. Ultimately, I like to take photographs that are powerful in their simplicity to tell a story. I also love that photography can take you anywhere, nowhere is the same, and you get to meet so many new people, it’s a constant adventure.


I’ve taken photographs in community centres, theatres, arenas and stadiums, at parties, gigs, exhibitions and marathons, not forgetting in my home studio. I also have some ongoing creative projects in Smoke Break and Stage Door, which have found some acclaim, respectively.


June 2020 - present

Exhibition at The Stage Door Pub & Kitchen, London

February 2020

Featured in Time Out London

Summer 2018

Featured in The Weekender magazine

Summer 2018

Exhibition at The Adelphi Theatre, London

Summer 2018

Exhibition at The Theatre Cafe, London



Spring 2017

Featured in Time Out London

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