I started my photography journey as a landscape and coastal photographer, but since moving to Newmarket in 2016, it has unleashed a passion for equine photography. My Dad was born in the apartment above the old Kingsway cinema, so I have unconcsiously returned to my roots. You'll find me out in my flat cap and silver wellies most mornings capturing the fascinating and wonderful rhythm of the town. I love working in monochrome, but appreciate that some compositions are only fully realised in colour.

I'm an Associate of the Royal Photographic Society (ARPS) lecturing and judging at camera clubs and societies throughout the UK. Put simply, I'm a complete photography geek – I live and breathe it, driving my partner Sian crazy, continually talking about taking 'snaps'.

I have had my work featured in many national publications, including:

• NPhoto

• The Royal Photographic Society Journal

• Black & White Photography Magazine

• Digital Photography Enthusiast

• Cambridge Independent

Some of my Awards & Exhibitions:

• 'Gentle Woodland' – Monochrome Awards Honourable Mention 2019

• 'Gentle Woodland' – Royal Photographic Society 'Landscape' Winner 2017

• 'Motion' – Royal Photographic Society 'The World of Sports' Winner 2016

• 'Umbrellas' – Landscape Photographer of the Year Shortlist (Urban Landscape) 2016

• 'Imitation' – Southampton Internation Competition Certificate of Merit 2015

• 'Brighton Sandscape' – PAGB Silver Medal 2013

• ARPS – Associateship of the Royal Photographic Society (Visual Arts) 2011

Salon Acceptances:

• London Salon

• Cotswold Monochrome Salon

• Smethwick International Exhibition

• The Beyond Group Exhibition

My Equine work has been with the prestigious Palace House Heritage Centre and Rowley Mile Racecourse in Newmarket for a few years now, as well as with local independents such as Cortado's espresso bar and Strive for Design interiors in Newmarket and Balzano's cafe in Cambridge.

I work closely with the hugely successful Charlie Fellowes Racing as part of his extended team, photographing his horses fortnightly out on the gallops.