About

I first started photographing interiors when I was eight years old. I’d just been sent to boarding school and found my new surroundings very precarious. As some kind of reaction, I began to elaborately decorate my bedroom at home and capture the results on a Miranda P700. My cameras and bedrooms have changed, but this appreciation for spatial environments became the habit of a lifetime. Three decades later, I’m still photographing interiors and architecture – professionally for nearly half that time – as well as other spaces, locations, and my fellow humans as we negotiate such landscapes.

Along the way, I’ve learnt to love many aspects of photography, from the craft through the creative to the conceptual. These have informed my personal work, in which I’m currently exploring themes of identity and contemporary alienation. Recent projects address this through a typological approach to image production, focusing on us as ‘consumers’ or ‘workers’, etc. I also enjoy exploring inventive and design-led methods such as montage for presenting this work. Previously I have pursued documentary subjects including the form and function (or lack thereof) in urban environments, social justice, and travelogues. These have been featured in various exhibitions, magazines, websites, and self-published books­. I’m lucky enough to have some of this work in the collections of Sir Elton John and the Museum of London too.

I’m also graduate of Westminster University’s Photographic Studies MA, and based in London. For commissions, collaborations or just to say hello, please get in touch through the contact page. Price lists and portfolios are available on request. I don’t use social media a lot, but love a chat via phone, text or email. Thanks for reading and I hope to hear from you soon…

Exhibitions

  • London Stories – Shoreditch Town Hall, London, UK (2006)
  • Photo London – Old Billingsgate Market, London, UK (2007)
  • U.S.80: Exotic Country – Cole Contemporary, London, UK (2010)
  • Renaissance Prize – The Mall Galleries, London, UK (2011)
  • Just Because – 2A Bar, East Village, New York, USA (2011)
  • Transience – Galerie Huit Open Salon, Arles, France (2011)
  • Dark City – Vegas Gallery, London, UK (2012)
  • Royal Photographic Society 155th  Print Exhibition – Allen & Overy, London, UK (2012)
  • Environmental Photographer Of The Year – Royal Geographical Society, London, UK (2013)
  • On Borrowed Time(s) – International Institute for the Visual Arts, London, UK (2014)
  • The Pensive Image – Ambika P3, University of Westminster, London, UK (2015)
  • London Nights – Museum of London, UK (2018)

Press

Clients

  • James Wells Architects
  • Studio Mackereth
  • Artangel
  • RMA Architects
  • Ridge and Partners
  • WATG
  • Edge
  • David Hingamp
  • Artichoke
  • IPOS Design
  • Heyne Tillett Steel
  • Under Armour
  • Colwyn Foulkes
  • Phos Architects
  • Cayford Architecture
  • Vista Contracts
  • Assael Architecture
  • Atom Build
  • Holt Construction
  • Sectorlight
  • DDWH Architects
  • Skansen Interiors
  • Studio Dar
  • Robin Monotti Architects
  • Garland Cornelius Architects
  • Sam Tisdall Architects