I am a British photographer and graphic designer based just in Benitachell, Spain between Alicante and Valencia. My passion for visual arts developed early when at the age of 6, I bought my first 110 cartridge camera from an Oxfam charity shop and began capturing images wherever I went. Three decades later, my childhood hobby is now a full-time career.
As an active freelance photographer I work in a variety of media. While I predominantly shoot digital these days, I still very much enjoy working in 35mm, 120mm & Polaroid film. I also remain very active as a graphic and web designer. You can view a selection of my design work using the links above.
Named the “Outstanding Graduate” in my area of study at Richmond, The American International University in London, I earned a First Class Honours Degree in Art, Design & Media. Further to my undergraduate training, I also hold a Master of Arts (MA) Degree in Art History from the same institution. My Masters dissertation relates to a series of early London Underground Posters advertising leisure travel to the countryside between 1908 and 1912. I am happy to share this written work – if you would like a digital copy please email me using the ‘contact’ link above.
My work has achieved a high level of success and my photography is gallery represented internationally. My 2006 installation piece, a sculpture titled ‘Unsolicited’, was selected for the City of London Festival. This was displayed in St. Paul’s Cathedral alongside the work of Yoko Ono.
Currently a resident of Spain, I have also lived in America (Massachusetts), Germany (near Munich) and most recently in Richmond, outside London. I travel extensively, finding inspiration for my work in both the urban and rural landscapes I encounter. I speak competent French and German, am learning Spanish and I am always glad to travel for work.
For enquiries or commissions, please contact me using the link above.
For a full PDF file of my CV click here to open/download.