Fundamentally, I’m a documentary photographer; I make pictures that are straightforward and accurate representations of the subject that capture moments and tell stories. I am inspired by photographer, Elliot Erwitt’s conception of finding something extraordinary in the ordinary.

In my personal work, I strive to capture something previously unseen. My subject is varied, recently I’ve been concentrating on the man-made rural landscape, however I also enjoy photographing urban landscapes and buildings in towns, cities and industrial premises.

An interest in heritage, stories and change over time informs my subject. Archive photography and archive movies influence how I compose and frame the subject.

My commercial photography work is focused on buildings, both contemporary and historic, as well as events and people. I also produce short videos, audio pieces and websites.

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My Heritage Lottery Funded project ‘Faces and Voices’ can be found at