I am married with three children so have plenty of experience photographing fast moving objects!

I was given my first camera by my Grandad when I was about 8 years old.  He thought it was broken and had bought himself a replacement.  Within about 2 hours of him giving it to me, miraculously, it started working again and the journey began.
After graduating university in 1994 I worked in a photographic laboratory learning the techniques for developing and printing film, fumbling around in dark rooms, sorting millions of holiday photos, and applying the infamous 'advice stickers' that used to come back on your favourite photos.

I would describe myself as a modern photographer. I love working in the outdoors and feel that the best backdrops to photographs are always found outside. Light, clouds, weather all combine to add character and conditions are never the same two days running.