I am a British photographer who now calls Innsbruck and the surrounding mountains in Austria my home. I’ve had a strong interest in photography since my teenage years, but it wasn’t until a badly broken leg halted my improbable attempts at becoming a professional freeskier that I decided to finally give up on that dream and study photography properly.
I returned to the mountains and lived in an old military ambulance when I began shooting with friends who went on to pick up sponsors. I have been shooting professionally since 2006.
These days I almost exclusively concentrate on shooting freeskiing action and the surrounding lifestyle and environment. This keeps me on the road for at least six months of the year, working with the biggest brands, athletes and film production companies in the sport. Even after 10 years, the prospect of new locations and the ever-evolving nature of the sport still keeps it fresh and exciting for me.