About Me!

I'm a London-based professional photographer but also travel regularly to Shanghai and Beijing. Where previously, I spent 9 years living and shooting in China. I specialise in documentary, portrait, corporate and industrial photography and videography.

At 16, I got my first SLR which I played with for two years before deciding to make it my career. For university I moved to Wales and studied a BA (Hons) Photojournalism degree, graduating in 2005. In 2007 I arrived in China and established myself as a freelance photographer and covered the country extensively for editorial and corporate clients; from shooting illegal coal mines and dissident artists to making a portrait of the president of Taiwan.

My photos have been published worldwide in international broadsheets, magazines, ads and annual reports. I work with photo editors, communication directors and art directors. If you have any project that you would like to discuss with me then please do get in touch!

When not shooting, I enjoy taking lonnng walks, playing squash and planning trips and photo stories. Oh yes and I speak Mandarin and so look forward to commissions in China in addition to London, UK and Europe.

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Winner of Portrait of Britain Award 2019


GLORIOUS! - 3030 Press - 2018


20 Photojournalism and documentary photography - Swansea College of Art - October 2018   |  Host Gallery - FOTO8 Summershow - London, 2011 | AM Gallery - Brighton - March, 2011 | Old Truman Brewery - London, 2005 | Dylan Thomas Museum - Swansea, 2005

Corporate Clients

include Trainline, Darktrace, NYCO, Volkswagen Group, Bridgepoint, Vertex Pharmaceuticals, Ferrari, Lenovo, BNP Paribas, Mckinsey, Atlas Copco, AO Smith, Peugeot, New York University, Parker Aerospace, ThyssenKrup, Feintool, Benoy Ltd, BDP and others.

Editorial Clients

include Der Spiegel, Wired Magazine USA, Wired Magazine UK, The Financial Times, Lufthansa Magazin, The Sunday Times, The New York Times, Guardian Weekend Magazine, BBC News In Pictures, The Observer Magazine, Dagens Industri, TimeOut Magazine, The Australian, ICON Magazine and others.

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