So, this is the part where I wax lyrical about my ‘passion’ for photography. Truth be told, I don’t see photography as my passion at all but as an intrinsic part of my everyday being.

With antiquaries for parents, my former years were spent wandering Portobello Road. In the height of 70s hedonism, I was fascinated by the people, and of course by the cameras. One could say this was my introduction to people watching.

What I have always enjoyed most is spotting obscurity in normality. Noticing the unconventional and the eccentric in the bland. As David Bailey so perfectly put it: ‘In photography everything is so ordinary; it takes a lot of looking before you learn to see the extraordinary’.

Today my photography centres around people, places, and horses. From effervescent race meets to splashes of neon graffiti, you’ll find many of my favourite captures on this site.

All photographs are my own. East End graffiti features heavily in many of my prints, and I’ll always try to credit artists where possible.

Please get in touch for bespoke photography. All of my prints can be edited or adapted to suit your desires. I also have an extensive back catalogue of photographs so if you are looking for something you cannot see don’t hesitate to contact me.