Chocoholic photo taker and serial puppy hugger.

Public liability insured. DBS cert.

Welcome, random stranger!

Thanks for looking at my portfolio.

I am a digital stills photographer currently based on the Isle of Wight with a special affinity toward unique portraiture.

Since the beginning it has been my intention to create interesting portraits that anyone can afford, and to promote the extraordinary talents and skills of young and motivated people at the start of career journeys in the creative and performing arts. I have also been known to attend stage performance dress rehearsals, community and media events (when invited)!

If you like my style and it fits with what you’re looking for, I’d love to work with you!


I am an eccentric and slightly ridiculous human being, with a laid-back manner and unconventional sense of humour. I wear my ‘inner child’ on the outside, so I’d really say I have an ‘inner adult’ who has to take over every now and again to stop me overdosing on sugar. I’m a fan of good spine tingles and people expressing variants of “wow” at their finished pictures. If a shoot doesn’t have an element of fun or awesomeness, then it’s not worth doing at all. Mostly I photograph children of all ages, because they’re the most fun to work with, but I have also been known to photograph adults, shows and events too. And pets when they let me.

My photography story began once upon a time with a New Year’s resolution so ruddy ingenious that I kept it going for several following years too - I wanted to do just one new thing each month which I'd never done before, or that I had always wanted to do. Simple enough? During some months that meant watching a classic film I'd not seen, reading a new book, visiting former school friends, or camping at my first music festival. Other months I travelled, swam with dolphins in the Caribbean, cruised the Nile in Egypt, explored Thailand, parachuted out of a plane. One of these resolution months I decided to buy myself a decent camera... and subsequently had to learn how to use it properly.

In 2008 I attended my first film premiere and got hooked on photographing celebrity red carpet events, and in 2013 I was invited to photograph for the British Academy of Film and Television Arts.

Following changes in the London film premiere scene, I relocated to the family home on the Isle of Wight, where I still work from now. I’m currently making creative portraits and trying some new and interesting thematic ideas. I rely on other people to tell me if the work I’m doing is good or worthy, so I don’t sell myself as a proper professional. If you like my work, then you can definitely be my friend.