About me..

I always wanted to be a photographer from an early age,

my father was an established watercolour artist, so thinking creatively was quickly instilled in me! 

After art college, I worked as a photographer

shooting mostly archaeological bric-a-brac, from 

Neolithic flints to Roman bones. I photographed it in its glorious entirety.

As time passed I began shooting more advertising and commercial images for various companies, the work was very diverse, Cars, Food, Room Sets & Products

almost a different subject for each day.

However, I began to feel that something was missing, and that something was Emotion & People!

So I steered myself into wedding capture, but at the same time I wanted my work to be genuinely different and refreshing.

I like to dance a line between Informality and creativity

Fusing a documentary style with Innovation.

 Wedding work has been featured in a number of media: 

Magazine, Television, Newspaper.

More recently, a number of my wedding images were used by

Nikon cameras for their 100th anniversary company

European celebration video.

I've been lucky enough to have visited some of the most beautiful and exotic wedding locations from

London's Ritz hotel to the Amalfi coast in Italy.

Each location gives me a new canvas & opportunity to create something

exciting, simply because every wedding is unique..  

The satisfaction and responsibility of creating informal innovative images are beyond parallel.

Wedding Images Published in.

You and Your Wedding magazine, Cosmopolitan Bride magazine,

Kentish Wedding magazine, Hudsons wedding venues book, 

Daily Mirror Newspaper, Your Kent Wedding Magazine.

Past qualified with the

Master Photographers Association

British Institute Of Professional Photography

Royal Photographic Society

Society Of Wedding & Portrait Photographers




"A photographer went to a socialite party in New York.

As he entered the front door, the host said 'I love your pictures - they're wonderful, you must have a fantastic camera!

He said nothing until dinner was finished, then: 'That was a wonderful dinner, you must have a terrific stove!"