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Here you will find a nice selection of my images so that you can begin to appreciate the quality of the photographs that I will produce for you.
A little about myself, and why I’m so motivated to capture great images…
In my career so far, I have worked in and managed Quality Health Clubs, and most recently I have been a teacher at Cotham School in Bristol. Photography has increasingly taken over, and now I am enjoying being a full time professional photographer.
Whilst teaching, I especially enjoyed spending time with the young people out of the classroom on a huge range of school trips and Outdoor activities. I have a genuine love for seeing young people grow up, and to be able to capture great images over the years is such a joy. I love travelling and capturing pictures of people in amazing places and I have taken great photographs in Indonesia, Paris, Florence, Vienna, New York, and Venice.
On all these trips, visits, and experiences my camera has been a well utilized companion. In using it so regularly in a huge range of locations, I have developed the confidence to know I can capture magic moments. I look forward to doing this for you.
I feel the breadth of my experiences has left me a highly skilled, emotional intelligent photographer. Calm and Professional, sensitive and assertive, skilled at controlling groups. and happy to direct and control people of all ages to capture your images.
From here you can go straight to view some Wedding Galleries.
Or, straight to the page explaining my Approach to Weddings, including an idea of the pricing structure.
From here you can also go straight to view my Portraits Gallery.
Or, straight to the page explain my Approach to Portraits, including an idea of the pricing.
With photography, I feel privileged to have the talent to capture moments in time. For the last 10 years especially, I have been gradually buying professional photographic equipment and using it to capture fantastic images. I love the fact that with the best equipment you can freeze beautiful moments, these can preserve the moment and allow you to enjoy really meaningful memories. Printing these quality images, and either displaying them on your walls, or in quality books or albums allows you to share this joy on a daily basis, and enjoy the moment for years to come.
FROM THE BLOG
Here's a classic dilemma that we all face when taking portraits at sunset. Our mobile phone cameras do an increasingly impressive job at capturing the colors we see in the sky. We can also apply filters, boosting our amazing looking images that we then rush to post....
Mountain Portraits Balancing ambient light and flash in the mountains Towards the end of the summer, I had the pleasure of supporting and photographing a group Teachers from Bristol, attempting the Three Peaks Challenge. This involves climbing our three highest...