I hope to make natural, calm, classically composed images, with a sense of design and a close attention to detail, alongside a careful control of light to create crafted sculptural images.
Throughout my career I’ve been fascinated by the human narrative from making descriptive environmental portraits to an interest in exploring a more conceptual approach in the studio.
I want to be able to connect the experience and personality of the sitter to the viewer and to be able to convey a sense of that identity through my work.
I’m proud that my heritage descends from a family of craftspeople, it has been important to my own identity of who I am. This has instilled in me an innate understanding in the process of creating and the satisfaction of a job done to its highest degree.
Portrait of Britain – Finalist 2020 – In the Forge of Cox London
National Portrait Gallery – Hold Still Photography Project 2020 – Selected Entry
AoP Photography Awards 2020 – Portrait category single image – In the Forge of Cox London
Portrait of Britain finalist 2019 – Portrait of weaver Maria Sigma
Portrait of Britain shortlist 2019 – Portrait of artist Dan Cox
My clients include:
Royal British Legion
John Lewis and Partners
Strutt and Parker
Homes and Gardens
House & Garden