Hello, and thank you for visiting my website. If you have already had a chance to view some of my photography, you may be surprised to learn that I live in London. I've enjoyed photography for as long as I can remember, but it wasn't until I started shooting live bands that I really began to learn how to use a camera. I slowly moved over to photographing nature as an antidote to spending so much time in the city. The transition began with underwater photography as I scuba dive, but the stress-free and relaxing pace of landscape photography proved more attractive. The majority of my work has been made in the South East of England, although I do occasionally travel further afield. In 2010, during a visit to Epping Forest, I realised the huge potential for photography there. The forest is the largest public open space in the London area. Over time I've become a bit of a tree specialist. There was no conscious decision behind this: it's simply a case of working with what's close to home. The Epping Forest project is ongoing, and I've more recently started a project photographing Highgate Wood and Queen's Wood in north London. When I feel like travelling further I usually head to the south coast, but I also really enjoy the Peak District, Lake District and Scotland. I sometimes find it difficult to fit my landscape photography around family and work commitments. To combat this, I occasionally dip into street photography, which I incorprate into my journey to work. It requires a change of approach, and the images are very different to the rest of my work. I still thought is was worth-while including them in my portfolio section. I do offer prints for sale, which you can read about here. If you would like to contact me for any other reason, then head over the the contact page.