I have had a love for photography since early childhood, playing around with Kodak instamatics and disc cameras, then at the age of 11 I got my first SLR camera. I carried on my passion and went on to study Ba honours in Photography. Immediately after, I turned professional, focusing on editorial photography. I photographed music, sport and news with my work appearing in numerous publications from The Observer, The Mirror, The Times, NME, Channel 4, a U2 music video, amongst many many others.

My photography eventually took me around the world and for 6 years I travelled across the globe. It's during my travelling in Asia that I got introduced into vipassana meditation, Buddhism and Ashtanga Yoga. A world of new perspectives opened for me, and I realised that my photography had so much in common with the meditation and yoga practice. Just as a clear focus or drishti, combined with the breath are key elements in yoga and vipassana, the quality of my work as a photographer is also based on the allignement with my inner focus and breath. 

Since returning to England in 2010 I have turned my photography experience and expertise to portraiture, weddings and photo booths. For the last 18 months I have been focusing on yoga photography, a field where my personal passions and profession emerge beautifully into each other. Together with my girlfriend, who is a 500hrs accredited yoga teacher we have just recently returned from a yoga photography tour in Thailand, photographing inspiring yoga teachers on the most stunning locations. 


‘the camera is an instrument that teaches people how to see without a camera’
— Dorothea Lang





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