When I was a child, I used to sit in the spare bedroom of my Grandma's house and copy out sections of the newspaper by hand – the headlines, the TV listings, the comics – into a folded A5 newsletter, and try to sell them to my dad and grandparents.
I was never very good at drawing, but have always had an eye for good design and good copy. When I was at school I started coding HTML, but never took it too seriously until later in life. By college I had picked up my passion for photography, and this led me through the digital technologies I use today to make content such as websites, photography, video, graphics and print publications.
When I'm not at work, I'm out and about with my (well-loved) Mamiya 645 or at home putting together hand-bound books. On the weekends you'll usually find me in the kitchen, flicking through a selection from my growing cookbook collection with something new cooking in the oven.
Below is a brief summary of my core skillset and experience. You can view my full CV on LinkedIn. If you like what you see and would like to get in touch, please head to the contact section to find out how.
Certified Scrum Product Owner
Digital Leadership & Digital Marketing
BA (Hons) Digital Photography
London South Bank University
ND in Photography
Holy Ghost Zones
An ongoing photographic exploration of London's shop-front churches.
An Image, A Souveneir
Borrowing a line from Susan Sontag's essay 'Palto's Cave', a continuing photographic essay exploring the link between public spaces, history and memory.
The Shadow of the Photographer
Following on from a photographic series and installation completed at university, this series has evolved into a number of hand-made photobooks exploring orphan images, memory and archives.
If you'd like to find out more about me, discuss a future working relationship, or are just interested in dropping me a line to say hi, then you can reach me on the platforms to your right or via my email address: