About


I am a London-based photographer, writer and policy and comms guy. As you’ll see from the photos on here, my photography focusses on sports, landscape and travel photography. I have over ten years’ experience as a photographer and am used to working flexibly, professionally and swiftly to meet clients’ needs.

My work has been published in UK newspapers (FT, Independent, Jewish Chronicle, Guardian) and magazines (Simpson Magazine, Guardian Weekend), is used by various stock agencies, websites and mailshots, and I have been commended in the Sony World Photography Awards.

A series of my photographs of the Thames at night called ‘And while the seasons pass the River stays the same…’ were exhibited at The Blue Corner cafe on the Hammersmith Road in 2016.

I have a tumblr page where I post my street photograph here: I Am A Camera and also a Flickr page that I use for day-to-day image uploads that I am not putting on this site, here: Flickr

All my images are available for purchase for stock, corporate or display purposes.

I also blog about being a dad, with advice, guides, tips & tricks for dads, as well as my experiences, at www.280days.co.uk.

with thanks to Paul Clarke.

www.paulclarke.com

Shooting street on the South Bank – with many thanks to Paul Clarke for allowing me to use it.