David Lea-Wilson founder of Halen Môn , the sea salt producer based in Anglese, North Wales.
Portraits of Sarah, photographed recently for a feature in an April edition of Grazia Magazine.
I spent the day with the team at The Bristol Robotics Lab, photographing robots and the team for the Gatsby Foundation.
My portrait of William Chase owner and founder of Chase Vodka in Herefordshire. Photographed at the distillery on the grounds of William's Potato Farm.
This commission was a wonderfully interesting shoot - photographing behind the scenes at the Aston Martin production line in Warwickshire. I've seen a lot of factory floors in my photography career, but this site is particularly impressive. The Aston Martin production line stuck out for a number of reasons. Most notably, daylight balanced lighting on a factory floor... Every photographers dream.
Part of the shoot involved portraits with current CEO Andy Palmer. The tunnel (below) designed presumably to spot blemishes in paintwork made for an interesting backdrop.
Welsh MP Carl Sergeant photographed in the fantastically designed Zenith room of the Welsh Assembly in Cardiff.Read More
A recent commercial photography commission, shooting a library of images for Nuffield Health Private Hospitals.Read More
Tom Carter the Co-founder of tech startup Ultrahaptics photographed at his Bristol office. Ultrahaptics have developed tactile technology that allows users to "feel in mid air", which it hopes will have profound implications on the emerging field of virtual reality (VR).Read More
A recent commission from the Welsh GovernmentRead More
I spent a day at the Richard Huish College in Somerset shooting a feature and cover image on Chinese International students.Read More
My portraits of Sir Tim Smit the creator of the Eden Project in Cornwall. Both portraits were shot inside the Rainforest Biome. A truly fascinating place, complete with it's own insects crucial to the ecosystem, which include big bitey ants. Big bitey ants that Tim was keen to avoid whilst draped in the ferns above.
Behind the scenes with the team at the Bloodhound Super Sonic Car ProjectRead More
Recent work for Siemans, photographed at their huge rail maintenance depot on the South coast.Read More
In a slight departure from my usual subjects, I spent the day in a secret underground London bunker photographing some very cool new kit for Flipside Soundsystem. The unit above is a very large very striking sub-woofer, We didn't use smoke machines to get the effect, we just turned it on and it immediately started vaporising the cement it stood on.
Big thanks to CD Mr Redman for the Art Direction.
I photographed the chief executive of WPP group Sir Martin Sorrell this week. As standard conference-room portraits go I'm pretty pleased with this one. I think it reflects his accomplishments, an intimidating character in the boardroom I imagine.
It's the Sun
I recently shot a promo package for Freesource Energy, including an eight hour time-lapse. This image has improved my corporate portfolio by 30% on last years figures. I did however give myself chill blains shooting it - looks warm, it really wasn't.