About

After buying a cheap film camera & shooting my first local bands at the West End Centre (on 19/05/2001): headliners Hundred Reasons & support band Reuben. From there whenever Reuben played in both Aldershot and in London, I would attend the shows to document them with my camera. My photographs were featured on the artwork to two of their singles ‘Let’s Stop Hanging Out', released on local label Bad Music & ‘Stuck In My Throat‘ which was released through Xtra Mile Recordings (Frank Turner, Future of the Left, The Xcerts…) whom I now work for. In my early career one of my images of local act Vex Red (Virgin) was chosen by Marshall Amps to feature in their national product catalogue and for the years that followed I worked as their London photographer shooting Slayer, Funeral For A Friend, Thursday & many more. Since then I have to London and built up a formidable portfolio of work that has been featured in leading national publications such as The Independent, Kerrang!, The Evening Standard, Big Cheese, The Fly, NME, Total Guitar, Rock Sound magazine & many others. I now regularly contribute work to Retna photography agency & Gibson guitars whom I am one of three house photographers. To get in contact about commissioned work, press shots, events & other work please email me.

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