Photography is not just a profession, it's a way of life
and a passion. You see light and images in a different way, and being able to capture those moments should be an honour.
The photographers gene was passed down through my mother's side of the family. I was just 13 when I started capturing images on film, and was fortunate to have pictures published in the London press soon after.
As I grew up, a camera never left my side, learning more and more every time I picked it up. I have worked alongside artists, designers and professionals who have all taught me valuable lessons.
I want the images that I create to be different; there is no fun and excitement in seeing photos that look the same as everyone else's. People are unique, and you deserve your photos to be too.
I have always been inspired by people - how they behave, what they think, if they laugh or cry, what they say and do. A photograph is much more than an image on paper. It should tell a story of emotion.
We often skip over the fact that we are all amazing; for me the best part of it all is that I get to work with amazing and unique people like you.