My photography focuses on portraiture and reportage, and I cover everything from street style blogger shoots to corporate events. I'm currently taking bookings for 2019 and 2020, so if you would like to enquire about rates and availability, I'd love to speak to you. I aim to be as flexible when it comes to ideas, times and budget so please drop me a line. You can see some of my recent shoots below:
I visited Murdock London, who have partnered with The Campaign Against Living Miserably to launch #MoreThanABarber. With the barbers being trained in Mental Health First Aid, it prioritises barbershops as open spaces for discussion. It also allows the barbers to develop their own skills and understanding by training in MHFA. I wrote about the importance of barbershop conversation, which you can read here, and took a few shots during my visit which you can see below.
Decadent Evenings, 2018
I worked with Shaun Gordon on the editorial shoot for his latest bow tie capsule collection, Decadent Evenings. Consisting of five bow ties, the aim of the shoot was to portray the beauty of black tie—from the props and location to the models and products. The shoot featured models Hrishika Maniar, Lucie Kerley, Kevin Green, Stephen Kelly and Shaun Gordon himself, and was shot at The Punchbowl in Mayfair. Explore the full collection on Shaun Gordon’s website.
Stemmed from my propensity for spilling coffee all over myself, I decided to create an Instagram account documenting it (hence the name). In doing so, I couldn't help but aim to tackle my main issue with coffee-lifestyle accounts on Instagram: they never tagged the brands. I'd see an incredibly composed picture complete with latte art, beautiful person, great outfit, but I wouldn't know where the coffee was from, who the person was or what they were wearing. I wanted to curate images where all of this was attainable - in turn providing followers with ideas on how to style, where to shop, who to follow and which coffee spots around London (and world) are worth visiting. After initially curating the feed, I started an original series called #COMCmeets, where I grab a coffee with a talented individual and do a quick photoshoot! Check out a few previews below, and the full portrait series via @coffeeonmycashmere on Instagram.
Out & About
A series of photos I've taken when out and about. I love visiting new spots and old favourites and documenting them. I shoot these primarily for Instagram stories, usually with a 50mm to achieve that heightened bokeh. I feel they give the shots a lot more warmth and emotion, and allows for prominent subjects—ideal when highlighting specific dishes, coffees or people.
A few portraits of the wife around London.
Tom Smarte's 1786 Collection, 2018
I shot the editorial and look book for Tom Smarte's 1786 collection. We used three prominent fashion influencers in Faye Fearon, Nas Abraham and Shaun Gordon, and shot the looks on set at The Wigmore, which is part of The Langham, London. You can take a look at Tom Smarte's incredible collection here.
London Outlaws, 2018
I met up with the brother Galih Richardson, otherwise known as London Outlaws, to shoot an editorial on Cords & Co. Featuring their Cut Ecru Trucker Jacket, we decided to focus the feature around adaptability of wear, and his passion for skateboarding. Check out some of the highlights below.
LFWM (2016-2019) and LFW (2015-2017)
A selection of street style shots I've taken at London Fashion Week and London Fashion Week Men’s. I absolutely love capturing moments, people watching and photographing outfits, so street style at Fashion Week was always going to be a natural fit. If you're ever around, you'll most likely see me swanning about. And if you do, come and say hi so I can take your picture.
One of the most beautiful cities in Europe; I've always said it's one of the only places you can get lost and always manage to find your way back, and all routes would be beautiful. Having lost my DSLR a couple weeks prior to flying out, I decided to take my film camera instead to capture what was a wonderful weekend with a rather wonderful human being.
Genuinely the most surreal place I've ever visited, and an absolute must-see. We managed to chase the Northern Lights all the way from Vik to our airBNB after which we sat in a hot tub at 1am, -7 degrees out, watching the green lights dance amongst the stars. Contact me if you’d like to purchase my limited edition Ísland photography book.