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As a photographer, I view the world through an assortment of lenses. 


I have a particular interest in vintage and modified lenses (manual) and both film and digital photography.

Whilst the latter remains infinitely easier, there is just something about capturing an image with a vintage body and lens; my dad was a keen film photographer and I was always fascinated by his pictures, given their technicality. I often create an image, analyse the data, format etc., then attempt to replicate it with film. A film image just has a certain something about it, hence why its popularity never seems to diminish, despite how challenging it is.

This creativity has led me to many adventures, not to mention a quest to find the ultimate tool for the many and varied opportunities photography presents. My pursuit has given me the chance to collaborate with some truly talented individuals. I’m always searching for more opportunities to explore further, continue growing and expand my skill set. 

I truly believe you are never alone with a camera. They force you to take in and assess your surroundings, show patience for the lighting to be optimal and to capture a moment that should speak volumes. It's an incredibly disciplined artform.

"A picture is worth a thousand words" is an adage in multiple languages meaning that even complex scenarios can be conveyed by a single, still image, which portrays its meaning, or essence, more effectively than a mere verbal description.

If you’d like to learn more, get in touch through the contact tab.

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