I'm a British photographer who has been photographing for the past 30 years. I was lucky enough to pick up a camera aged 15 and haven't looked back since. I studied photography at Bournemouth Art School, UK. After Bournemouth, I spent the next 15 years based in London working as an editorial photographer. Travelling the world commissioned to document musicians and youth subcultures.
In 2009 I moved to Vietnam where I lived for the next 6 years. I fell in love with Vietnamese culture and its people - Vietnam, a communist country embracing capitalism and undergoing rapid economic and cultural development. This provided the backdrop to a series of long-term photographic projects ('Bloody Chunks', 'Untitled', 'Song' and 'Monobloc') entitled 'The Vietnam Collection'. This body of work explores Vietnamese life - in all its raw unadulterated beauty.
I returned to the UK in 2015 where I continue to work on long term photographic projects.