I became a professional photographer by an unconventional route.
It involved starting my working life as an apprentice motor mechanic, progressing to F1 racing mechanic, and then through a myriad of jobs until I became an in-house photographer for Jaguar Cars, eventually leaving to become a freelance photographer.
My interest in photography has its roots in a VW camper holiday in Scotland
way back in the mists of time and a borrowed Kodak Box Brownie.
Since then, I’ve managed to channel my love for photography into a career that has lasted 40 years but has rarely felt like work.
I’m fortunate to be able to combine a passion with a profession.
Most of my work is automotive based, shooting new cars for manufacturers.
I’ve shot worldwide for most of the major marques, with Bentley being a regular client.
Other work, is very varied and includes postage stamps for Royal Mail to bicycles for Halfords.