It wasn't until I was 16 years old that I first picked up a camera, a small Fuji bridge camera that I could chuck into my rucksack when I went out riding trails with friends. The camera wasn't great and neither was I, but I thought we were both pretty awesome. Until I started to look at other photographers work... I managed to teach myself the basics as I went along, learning to set-up a camera properly, how important light is to a scene and composing the photo. As I grew to love the hobby more and more I took the decision that this could potentially be a future career.
I soon discovered that I had a talent for capturing high-speed motorsports, combining this with my passion for aviation to nurture the split-second instinct necessary to produce stunning aerial images from cramped cockpits and cabins that offer no option to re-shoot.
I have extensive experience working with air arms and aviation organisations all over the world, on behalf of internationally renowned publications. I pride myself on my ability to integrate with aircrews; safely and reliably delivering beautiful images of their machines at work. The human element is a large part of my scope when shooting, it brings the story together for features and allows the viewer to better engage with the photos.
Royal Canadian Air Force and Canadian Armed Forces
Royal Navy - 771 Naval Air Squadron, 736 Naval Air Squadron & 849 Naval Air Squadron
Portuguese Air Force - Esquadra 751
Swedish Maritime Administration
Aerios Global Aviation
Spanish Army - BHELMA VI
USAF - 56th Rescue Squadron & 57th Rescue Squadron
Wiltshire Air Ambulance
Practical Photography Magazine
Digital Camera Magazine
Photography Monthly Magazine