Thanks taking the time to stop by and look at my images.
I got into photography back when I was doing A-Levels - I was set on becoming a car designer, or a designer at least, but soon realised I wasn't as good at drawing as I needed to be and started taking pictures with my dad's Minolta XG-M.
I was hooked and after that went on to get a degree in Photography before briefly working for a regional press agency. I then found myself working on the then largest photography magazine in the UK, Digital Photo, before taking on roles at What Digital Camera and Amateur Photographer, where I was Features Editor for a couple of years.
I'm now Photography Editor at TechRadar.com, but regularly undertake freelance photographic commissions. My photography can be found in books, magazines and newspapers, as well as corporate offices and living rooms.
Originally from Suffolk, where the landscape inspired my first footsteps in photography, I'm now based in Surrey and live with my wife and baby daughter.