About me

I have been a professional photographer for many years, initially working on archaeological excavations as a freelance photographer.  Following a three year full-time photography degree course,  I worked for fifteen years as Principal Photographer at the Museum of London.

I opened a studio in London in 1990, and  have spent the last twenty years  producing  images  for, and meeting the needs of, advertising agencies, design groups and and a wide variety of companies and institutions. Now, like the majority of photographers, I can be found pounding the computers in my office at home, working on location and in hire studios.

Digital capture combined with an extensive range of photoshop type software and a collection of computers, printers, scanners and a plethora of photographic lighting, and my in-depth experience, enables me to undertake a wide variety commissions.

Initial discussions can lead to the most amazing outcomes!