Former Royal Marines Commando Mark Ormrod photographed at his home in Plymouth for Psychologies Magazine.
A recent portrait commission with Chery Foster for the Guardian Weekend Magazine. Cheryl holds the all-time record appearance for the Wales women's national football team, having played 63 times. She also became the first female referee to take charge of a men’s Welsh premier league game. Pictured immediately after she’d refereed a Welsh premier league men’s game at the Deeside stadium in Connah’s Quay, Flintshire
A recent photo commission from the Dutch magazine Elsevier Weekblad. The feature focussed on the impending removal of the UK form the European Union and the effect that a 'no deal' may have on certain sectors and industries within the UK.
Exmoor livestock farmer Robin Milton pictured with his one of his Aberdeen Angus herds in the woodland on his farm.
Global law firm Herbert Smith Freehills has appointed Paul Butcher to the new role of Brexit Director, pictured putside their London offices.
Longborough Festival Opera and theatre director Polly Graham.
Mariella Frostrup photographed for You magazine at the end of February.
John Tolliday of the Birdline Parrot Rescue pictured with Jorca, a 20 year old rescued Blue & Yellow Macaw
A recent magazine commission took me to Aardman animations HQ in Bristol to photograph Peter Lord. Peter is a British animator, director and co-founder of the Academy Award-winning Aardman Animations studio, best known for its clay-animated films particularly those featuring plasticine duo Wallace and Gromit.
Over the last couple of years I have had the opportunity to shoot behind the scenes with the Bloodhound Super Sonic Car project on a number of occasions. The above is a small collection of my favourite images from these great commisisons, taken at their HQ in Avonmouth. The team and driver Wing Commander Andy Green recently took the car up to 200mph on a test run in Cornwall. The aim next year is to hit 600 mph, then 800 mph in 2019 with the final aim of 1000mph to be hit in 2020. An ambitious and exciting project to follow.
My portrait of Cliff Jones the lead singer with the 90's band Gay Dad. Cliff has written an interesting article on money and the music industry from the band members perspective. The gilded Louis XV lit de mariage bed Cliff is sat on in the portrait above is one of his 'fortune eating' extravagant purchases featured in the piece. Very nice it is too.
An image from the Craghoppers advertorial photographed back in the summer. Phoebe Smith is a British adventurer and author who's written a book on her 'Extreme Sleeps'. She's set up camp and slept on the UK's highest mountain peaks and inside a WWII bomber wreckage. I struggle to sleep well in a Travelodge, that's my idea of an attempt at an extreme sleep.
A recent portrait for the British Heart Foundation. The portrait above is of Katie who was born with several genetic issues with her heart. We spent the day shooting in Swansea where Katie is at University studying cardiac physiology.
A commisison to photograph portraits of The English Chef and restaurateur Mark Hix. Enjoying a pint at his favourite drinking establishment the Volunteer Inn in Lyme Regis as well as walking along 'The Cobb' (Harbour).
The artist David Cranswick transforms earth, rocks, plants and bones into paints. I spent an afternoon with David at his beautiful studio secreted away at the top of a romantic crumbling tower within the ruins of the Cowdray Estate in the South Downs. The studio felt very renaissance in styling and the alchemy of creating his vibrant paints was fascinating. Burned Chicken bones for the colour black, I would never have guessed. Photographed for the magazine Artist And Illustrators
A recent portrait commission for the Guardian Weekend Magazine's Experience feature. Rich Clothier is a Somerset Dairy farmer who had his extremely valuable prize winning cheddar cheeses stolen from the prestigious cheese competition at the annual Yeovil festival. You can read the full article here. The above portrait was shot in between heavy downpours with a little bit of quick cow arrangement. The below image was shot at the Wyke Farms storage facility in Bruton.
Amy with her support dog Stanley the black Labrador. You are not allowed to play with Stanley when he has his working dog jacket on. He's pretty proud in his little blue jacket.
Guy and his very beautiful Collie dog Brave. This portrait was shot for the British Heart Foundation Magazine 'Heart Matters'. Guy was only 29 when he was diagnosed with a heart valve problem. He was fit and active, training as an amateur boxer when he started struggling with exhaustion and heart pain. Guy has written about his experience over on the BHF website.