Curriculum Vitae

  • 2020 - ongoing: Director of Photography, South Bank Collective
  • 2020 - Is Perception Reality? - Exhibiton at The Copeland Gallery
  • 2019 - This Matters Now - Exhibition at the Borough Road Gallery

ABOUT ME

Director of Photography for South Bank Collective.

I’ve always been creative at heart, starting my journey into the arts world in amateur theatre at 10 years old.  

My Grandparents were both keen photographers, with my Dad following in their footsteps. I started out as most people of my generation did, using disposable cameras on family holidays, it wasn’t until my mid-twenties that I bought my first “proper” camera – a Canon EOS M3.

In 2016, after five years as a Police Officer for the Metropolitan Police Service, it felt like something was missing. I wasn’t acting anymore, had no time for photography and I didn't feel as though I was helping people - the main reason I had joined the job. I decided to go travelling.

In 2019, I was in Singapore for my best friend's wedding. We had a long heart to heart and he asked why I'd never turned my love for photography into a career. This conversation on the other side of the world led to me starting a BA (Hons) Degree in Photography at London South Bank University, where I will graduate in 2022.

Not only am I a member of both The Association of Photographers and The National Union of Journalists, but I am also proud to say that my business is carbon positive, taking more carbon out of the atmosphere than I contribute to it. More information can be found by clicking the Ecologi button below. 

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