Professional photographer and member of the UK Picture Editors' Guild who has worked as an in house photographer, picture editor and videographer for clients such as Channel 4, Channel 5, Marks & Spencer, John Lewis and Transport for London.
In addition to having professional that has been seen by millions of people, my personal work has been published in the Daily Mail, the Telegraph, the Sun, Metro and the Evening Standard.
After graduating with a BA(Hons) in Creative Advertising from the University of Gloucestershire 2 months before the financial crash, I chose to adapt and used my Photoshop skills to land me a job on a local newspaper picture desk. It was there that my love of photography burgeoned, I bought myself a camera and began shooting jobs for the paper, mainly focused around Staines Town Football Club.
Once I had established myself as a photographer in my own right I moved to Channel 4, where I produced picture and video content for the Channel 4 online portals. With the addition of video to my skillset I moved to Channel 5, where I took up the role of Picture Editor and joined the UK Picture Editors' Guild and judged both the 2012 and 2013 UK Picture Editors' Guild Awards.
Having achieved so much at Channel 5, I wanted to focus on my photography and so became an e-commerce photographer for Hungry Tiger, focusing mainly on their Marks & Spencer account, but also working for John Lewis, Anya Hindmarch, Lipsy, Callaway Golf and many other brands before being given my own studio to work from within Marks & Spencer.
Having sufficiently sharpened my photographic, lighting, set building and retouching skills, I moved to my current role at Transport for London, where I am responsible for producing, shooting and editing a wealth of photographic and video content, primarily focused around employee engagement and press work.