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I have been into photography from an early age, having been taught in my teenage years by my grandfather, who was a semi-professional photographer. He taught me how to use film, and develop negatives in the darkroom, as well as how to get started with a camera. Needless to say, I was hooked early on, and have been passionate about photography ever since.

To this day I still shoot film, mostly using it for my landscape work. I have my own darkroom and develop my film myself, as a nod to the past. There’s something about seeing the film come to life in front of me that I love so much, and hope to continue for many years. I have a Polaroid camera that I often bring with me to my events. If you want a Polaroid of you on your wedding day, all you have to do is ask!

My landscape work has been featured in weekly photographic competitions on Twitter, having been shortlisted, placed, and winning on numerous occasions. I have had one of my images featured on the Telegraph website, and a separate image featured in Black And White Photography Magazine (October 2017).

Whilst I enjoy working with the natural landscape (especially with the beautiful scenery of Norfolk), my main enjoyment comes from working with people. I am always with my camera, and am often taking photos of my family, my wife, Jess, and my son, Austin. I always work with a digital camera when doing portraiture, due to reliability and consistency, however, if you would love me to use film, please feel free to ask.

Currently, I manage my time between my day job as a secondary school teacher, teaching ICT & Photography. I love working with people (yes, even teenagers), and always go above and beyond to put people at ease, making sure that they enjoy their time with me. I am a perfectionist at heart, and enjoy getting the finer details right. I love seeing my clients happy with my work, and work hard to make sure that my best work is always what you receive.

Why not take a look at my work on the gallery page, or look at my pricing page to see what I can offer you. If you like what you see, why not get in touch on the contact page.