My journey into photography began in the rather cliché manner of inheriting my late Grandfather’s film SLR camera (an Asahi Pentax SV, for those interested).  It was a pivotal moment, which later led me to specialise in photography during my Foundation Diploma in Art & Design, and go on to complete a fine art based BA (Hons) Photography degree.

I love nothing more than spending time in nature, and over time, my love for the natural world has developed into a fascination with the coexistence of human beings and nature. Photography allows me to highlight and celebrate wildlife's intelligence and ability to survive and thrive in spaces that were not built with them in mind.​​​​​​​
Anyone who knows me, knows I'm a dog person. As a child I’d bury myself in dog books, learning about breeds and behaviours, I was somewhat obsessed. I’m now fortunate enough to be able to photograph dogs, capturing each unique personality and making memories that last.

I take great pleasure in sharing my images and experiences through public speaking, and am very proud to have had images published online, in print, and awarded in photographic competitions.