In 2007 I moved from the UK to Salmon Arm, BC, Canada where I find inspiration in the beautiful environment that surrounds me.
While at university, I was exposed to different art forms from across the world, which taught me to look beyond western artistic conventions. Photography is more than capturing a physical moment in time: It is also about capturing feelings and emotions.
My background in fine art and anthropology, with a love of the natural world, brings a unique perspective to my photography. I firmly believe in ‘treading lightly’ with my assignments: Observing light, weather conditions and when shooting people, finding the subtle visual story.
Assignments include international charities such as the National Trust (the largest conservation charity in the UK) and the BCSPCA. I've also produced work for leading architectural firms and been published by both European and North American media including the BBC (British Broadcasting Corporation) and most recently camera magazines such as N Photo, Outdoor Photography and the cover of Digital Photo. I write a regular 'Beginner Tips and Tricks' article for Outdoor Photography Canada Magazine.