I’m blessed to have been a photographer for ten years now. During this decade, I’ve gravitated towards creating bold, expressive images that celebrate the human beauty and diversity, as well as a desire to push that representation further.
I love that my job means I get to meet new, amazing people all the time. And even better, I get the chance to capture something of their essence in an image that allows me, us, and them to see how extraordinary they are.
I’ve also discovered some strengths of my own; I’m good at creating comfortable, relaxed and even fun sets that put my subjects at ease, allowing them to feel confident enough to show more of their authentic selves. It gives my photography a playful slick, smart, editorial feel without over-processing the image.
These portraits have appeared in Vogue, Rolling Stone, Harper’s Bazaar, GQ, Glamour and
many more, and featured such inspiring people as Annie Lennox, John Bradley, Stefflon Don,
and Sara Pascoe.
Alongside my editorial and campaign work, I collaborate with women’s aid organisations
worldwide, including The Sharan Project and INOBLITA, recently helping the latter bring
women’s hygiene supplies to eastern Ukraine.
Thanks for taking the time to read about me.
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