I'm a photographer living in Bristol, UK, where I spend my time on documentary work, portraits, photographing musicians and gigs, and street scenes.
I create original and distinctive portraits and promotional photos, as well as documenting the vibrant Bristol music scene, activism, other documentary projects, and some street photography.
My creative work has featured in NME, Kerrang, Total Guitar, Team Rock, Nitelife Magazine, Digital Camera World and So Young Magazine, among others, as well as being used heavily in the Bristol Music: Seven Decades of Sound exhibition in 2018.
My photojournalistic and documentary work appears regularly in news publications.
I'm an experienced coffee drinker, a terrible drummer, a qualified skydiver, and I love climbing on things I shouldn't.
According to last.fm, I've recently been listening to Ovlov, The Beta Band, The Apples In Stereo, Death From Above 1979, Spirit Of The Beehive, Pixies, Pavement, The Fall, The Heavy Eyes, Antemasque, Helvetia, Cass McCombs, Life Without Buildings, Mogwai and Clap Your Hands Say Yeah.
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Since graduating from Bristol University with a BA Degree in Philosophy, I've worked with many media, advertising, entertainment, publishing and technology businesses in various capacities.
Until 2019 I was director of an online advertising technology company. Previously I co-founded a record label and an online media agency, worked on online campaigns for the digital arm of one of the world's largest advertising agencies, and consulted with numerous organizations in a freelance capacity.
I've been privileged to work with the likes of Allied Domecq, BBC, DDB London, Derren Brown, Future Publishing, The Guardian, Hat Trick Productions, Ministry of Sound, Objective Productions, Smirnoff, Sony, Tesco, and Volkswagen.
Recent documentary sets:
- Kill The Bill, 26th March 2021: A protest against the proposed Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill, which includes significant expansion in police powers to tackle protests, Bristol, 26th March 2021.
- Asdapocalypse: Supermarket shelves during the Coronavirus outbreak, Asda, Bristol, 18th March 2020.
- Rooftop Rebels: Activists from Extinction Rebellion occupying the tower at City Hall to demand legal air quality standards in Bristol, 28th June 2020.
- Where Big Jeff Stands When There Aren't Any Gigs: It's been tough without live music.
- Venues In Lockdown: Bristol music venues dark and silent during the first few days of the UK's Coronavirus lockdown, March 2020.
- Lockdown: Bristol in the first two weeks of Coronavirus lockdown conditions, March/April 2020.
- Goodbye 2020: Photos of overflowing bins
- Red Rebel Brigade vs. Bristol Airport: Red Rebel Brigade at a protest against the expansion of Bristol Airport, 31st January 2020.
- Pop-up Cycle Lanes: Extinction Rebellion "Pop-up Cycle Lanes", 6th June 2020.
- Keep Your Distance: Social distancing signage, Bristol, August 2020.
- Change Is Now: Extinction Rebellion "Change Is Now", 30th May 2020.