I got myself my first DSLR back in 2009, but I don’t think I really got into photography until 2014.
Those first 5 years of owning a DSLR, it really was an on & off hobby where I’d go months without touching the camera, but would learn something new every time I did pick it up. Then in 2014, I decided to start taking it more seriously and found my own style. Since then I’ve never really looked back.
I’d now class myself as an artist, producing fine art black and white photographs. Black and white for me is timeless; it’s a style that will never go out of fashion. Fine art modern architecture and geometric street photography really suit my strong black and white processing. They’re two genres that I frequently shoot and feel very passionate about.
Photography for me is more than just capturing a moment, it’s about showing others how I see the world around me.
Using lines and shapes, along with light and shadows, I try to connect to my surroundings and capture my unique views.
I’ve had success in multiple competitions and have been published in national newspapers and a number magazines across Europe. You may have also seen some of my images in exhibitions across London.
I use Nikon and Sony DSLR full frame cameras to produce my images. I’m only using prime lenses, means the bag is a lot heavier but I think it helps you improve as a photographer and gives better end results. A Zeiss 25mm and 50mm lens go everywhere with me. 50mm is ideal for street photography and the 25mm is perfect for architecture and cityscapes. I’ve a good set of Formatt Hitech ND filters that I use for my long exposures along with a couple of grads.
On my website you will find a selection of my images, all available for purchase. Professional services including licensing images, 1:2:1 workshops and commissioned work are available. Please contact me for more information.