I have been a freelance photographer for over twenty years, working primarily in the advertising, corporate and editorial sector.
My images have featured in many photography books, exhibited widely and won numerous awards, but my real passion is Shifting Perspectives, which I have been curating for the last ten years. Shifting Perspectives is an internationally touring photographic exhibition, which is concerned with all aspects of Down’s syndrome.
My personal projects include Darwin’s pigeons and work around the theme of loss and memory. Darwin's Pigeons has recently been published as a book by BH Editions. I live in London with my wife and three children.