Recent work photographed for the British Heart Foundation in Dorset.
A recent photography commission documenting small scale clandestine cannabis growing operations in the UK.
Novelist Robert Harris photographed up on the downs near his home in Berkshire. Photographed for the Sunday Times Magazine
A selection of my portraits of bestselling crime author LJ Ross. Photographed a few months back in an airy London studio. Neutral tones and lighting to keep the portraits.light and simple.
Scientist and environmentalist James Lovelock in his 100th year, photographed in front of a statue of the greek goddess Gaia at his home in Dorset.
I had the pleasure of documenting the British Heart Foundation’s annual London to Brighton cycle ride on a very wet and windy weekend in mid June. So much rain and so much determination on the part of the riders.
Horticulturalist Hannah Button, photographed in the Prince of Wales Glasshouse at Kew Gardens. Shot for Discover Britain Magazine
A sunrise meeting with the all female Morris dancing troupe Boss Morris during the Beltane May Day celebrations. Photographed for the Telegraph
Some recent work for South Western Railway.
16 year old ornithologist, birder (birdwatcher) and environmentalist Mya Rose Craig, pictured in the woods behind her parents home near Bristol.
A couple of portraits of Welsh Actor Eve Myles. Photographed at the BBC Cymru sound stage in Cardiff
An assignment for the Sunday Times Magazine had me heading to a Bristol University student house party to photograph the prevalence of Nitrous Oxide (laughing gas) .
Lily pictured in her 90’s Mercedes in Standish Woods, Stroud.
Torin and Jazz in front of the Blackthorn, Ebbor Gorge, Somerset
The poet Hera Lindsay Bird Photographed in Chepstow for the T2 supplement.
Shot for the Financial Times magazine ‘How To Spend It’. Sharan Kaur owner of Nam, a small boutique shop in Bath specialising in table and homewares.
My portrait of Major Natalie Taylor is a Regimental Medical Officer at 1 RIFLES based in Wales. Natalie was part of Five British women who became the first all-female team to ski coast-to-coast across Antarctica.
The Ice Maiden team covered 1,700km using muscle-power alone, pulling sledges and battling temperatures of -50°C and wind speeds of over 60mph during their three-month journey.
A recent commission from Waitrose Food Magazine, saw me spending the day with the team at Keen’s Cheddar in Somerset. for the ‘meet the producer’ feature.
My portrait of Lance corporal Semesa Rokoduguni sat on the back of a British Army Jackal. Semesa is an English rugby union player currently playing for English club Bath, and soldier in the British Army.