I’m a photographer and filmmaker based in London whose work focuses on narrative driven content, where I typically use travel, sport, and expeditions as a lens to look at the human and environmental condition.
Telling stories is important to me. The longer I spend behind a camera the more I feel I have some moral obligation to use my skills and medium to inspire. And when I tell people this I often get asked what you need to tell a good story. And to me it’s simple; all you need is a camera and empathy. The latter is particularly important, and it’s something I use across the board, whether it’s shooting commercial campaigns or those fleeting and unguarded moments in documentary work.
As I continue to explore the art of narrative photography and filmmaking, the more I want to challenge perceptions and push creative boundaries. To do this I want to look beyond the stereotypical perfect moment. I want to immerse myself in the story, to learn and be humbled by my subjects, to share experiences with authenticity.