I was born in Bath, England, in 1978. I first picked up a camera aged 8 and became obsessed with taking photographs of the family pet cat. Sadly my early interest in photography was forgotten during the pursuit of university studies and then a career in the London.
Aged 23, I quit the City to travel the world for 18 months. It was on this trip that my affection for photography returned, firstly with a compact digital camera and then a basic digital DSLR. I fell in love with nature and in particular mountainous landscapes. I was obsessed with returning to beautiful locations over and over, chasing illusive magical light.
Following the trip I returned to London for work and for years I photographed the cityscapes of London at sunrise and sunset.
In 2010, I quit the City again, this time to travel Europe in a motorhome. The road trip was intended to encompass a huge area of Europe, however on arriving in the Dolomites I fell for the mountains in a big way and stayed for Autumn, Winter and Spring.
My fondness for the Dolomites remains and I am now based here for 5 months of the year.