Wednesday, 2 June 2010


Since March 2010 I have begun documenting unconventional world champions. Here a a few people I have met so far.

2 time World Egg Roulette Champion

6 time World Cheese Rolling Champion

World Champion Whistler

World Team Champion Peashooter

More to follow soon...

Tuesday, 1 June 2010


The grand national as a musical instrument?

This is a fresh approach to the commentary of the UK's most famous horse race. Every time a horse successfully jumps a fence, it's name is sung at a note determined by it's betting odds.


I just finished a fashion shoot with Emily Mann's range of menswear. Emily is a 2010 fashion graduate from Kingston University who's collection is inspired by Glen Denny's 1960's images of Yosemeti rock climbers. The resulting look book (designed by James Titterton) has been selected to be shown at London's Graduate Fashion Week 2010.

Friday, 28 May 2010


A few images from a friends wedding.

Sunday, 2 May 2010


This is an image from a shoot I did for Jemima Beulah, a Kingston University 2010 fashion graduate. From her 'Hepzibah' collection.

Thursday, 25 March 2010


My work is currently being shown at the STOLEN show at Arden & Anstruther Gallery, Petworth. The 'comfort' project featured earlier in this blog is on show there. Volenteers for this project were randomly asked to swap clothes, regardless of their shape, size or gender. They were photographed in a controlled studio environment and the results have been compiled into a book.

Sunday, 21 February 2010

South Africa - Wola Nani

In January 2010 I won a place to accompany Kingston University lecturers Simon Maidman, Catherine McDermott and Rebecca Wright on a research trip to Capetown as a documetary photographer. I spent 10 days visiting various townships and meeting people asscociated with Wola Nani (a non government organisation that bring relief to the communities hardest hit by the HIV crisis). I am currently designing a website to hold all of the information from the project but for now here are a few of the images.