SHOOTING such a wide range of material over the years means it can be hard for clients to get a clear idea of what it is that I do best.
Starting out as a Fashion and Advertising photographer, I have shot more people, in different locations, under a variety of lighting, than most other photographers. Nowadays, I am shooting a lot more Lifestyle images and I am excited with the new direction my work is going.
What follows is a collection of my most Recent Work, to show how clients are making use of my skillsets today, followed by a pick of the material from my past work that I think best emphasises my strongpoints. Hopefully, this should provide you with enough information to decide if I am the right person to achieve the results you are looking for.
If you need to see more of any particular genre or have a specific visual idea in mind, get in contact and I can easily put together a more specific password-protected gallery of images for you. As always, I’m here to help.
Some of my favourites from the back catalogue
A selection of Portraits from the Sports Hall project
Shooting portraits usually involves working with people who are not used to being placed in front of the camera and being made the centre of attention. A lot needs to happen in a short space of time and getting the subject's trust is the key to a successful result.
A selection of Advertising work
The job may start with great pre-production, finding the right location... but the most important element is always what happens in front of the camera. Since I mainly shoot people, my best Advertising work always involves getting a great performance from the talent, no matter their age group.
A selection of Studio work
Knowing your lighting helps. Having the right team around you makes it better. Getting the performance you're looking for from your model might just mean you'll achieve something special.
A selection of editorial work
There may not be much depth to Fashion but there’s a lot of surface and my years shooting in the field have made me an expert at lighting faces and spaces. And with so much to do when shooting an editorial fashion story, you learn to move fast and work quickly.