I took up photography a few years ago as “something to do” and now, it’s simply what I do.
I could go on about what kit I use, from the the latest to the geekiest; but honestly what matters to me are the images produced, not what flavour camera/lens/filter/gizmo I clipped on to take them.
Most recently, I’ve been lucky enough to win awards internationally for some of my work. Which is great. But it means a lot more to me when I meet clients who tell me how much they love particular shots or how happy they are that I captured the personality of someone just right.
I’m fortunate to be able to maintain my own studio centrally on the Island, which gives me the space to take on different projects and cater for clients all year round. But at the same time, I’m, perhaps most well known off Island for my sports & event photography work, with several large organisations engaging me to cover events such the the TT, rallies, gigs and festivals.
And behind all this, a family who support and inspire me, always encouraging me to push on with my work and keeping me grounded when I start paying too much attention to “Likes”