After gaining my City and Guild Diplomas whilst serving a full career in the Armed Forces, I soon realised that I had a passion and flair for a specific genre of photography.

gained my qualifications as a portraiture and wedding photographer but found that my passion actually lay in the niche field of model photography. This was an area that I quickly decided to become a specialist in knowing that it gave me great pleasure helping others.


Working with people to build a strong unique, personal, but varied portfolio, I enjoy being able to get creative yet also a little different.

love to create a unique model journey from start to finish and this begins with an initial meeting to find out about the model or potential model's idea's. Once I have the ideas I like to go away and design the shoot.

Inspired by their ideas, I create a personal model shoot. Once the shoot has been discussed and signed off by the model, I am then ready to work with them.

Working in this way allows me to get to know the model and how they want their portfolio to look. `Being creative with my work is one of the most rewarding aspects about what I do. I like to give the model a very personal feel to their shoot and this helps them interact with me.Creating a degree of safety for the model and having met me prior to the shoot shows that their journey is different to that of other photographers. I feel that building trust is a very important aspect of my work and helps the model to relax, whilst they work along side me. This is why I am so passionate about my work