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.
A stormy Bangkok Skyline, taken in the Ekemain region during monsoon season.
Former Royal Marines Commando Mark Ormrod photographed at his home in Plymouth for Psychologies Magazine.
A recent photography commission for Barclays: ‘In The World’ . I spent a day photographing Lee Faulkner a volunteer with the Central Brecon Beacons Mountain Rescue Team out on a training drill.
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.
Straight lines and sunshine
New England July | 2018
David Lea-Wilson founder of Halen Môn , the sea salt producer based in Anglese, North Wales.
Some recent commercial photography shot for the Welsh Government and their latest Organ Donation awareness campaign.
Wales has instigated a wonderfully progressive opt out Organ Donation policy, however with the new legislation came many instances where families over-rode the decision of the donor, or did not support deemed-consent for organ donation. This latest campaign was aimed at getting people to discuss their personal donation decision with those closest to them. The aim being to clarify peoples feelings on the subject so that their wishes can be carried out rather than overridden. The photography aimed to illustrate the issue of family members speaking on your behalf albeit against your original wishes and stressing the importance of discussing your intentions before it's too late.
The photography brief required a variety of emotional, engaging portraits with a view to exchanging the mouths of the subject to illustrate the idea of someone else speaking on your behalf in your absence.
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.
A few portraits from an ongoing long term project exploring peoples relationship with the hand written word. If you are interested in being part of the project and regularly still write by hand, please get in touch.
Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall and his very tasty Vegan Christmas dinner, cooked up at the River Cafe in Bristol.