Over the last few years, I’ve really enjoyed covering events and activities for the National Portrait Gallery, British Museum, Horniman Museum and Royal Museums Greenwich. The work has drawn on my editorial experience as a news and sports photographer and the advertising commissions I shoot for clients like Sony, Coca-Cola and Barclays.
I’ve also established photo libraries for the Football Association and Premier League football clubs so am comfortable working quickly, in challenging environments, and supplying images live when required.
London parks are wonderful places to work and, in my recent exhibition to mark 50 years of the Hackney Society, I included pictures from Hackney Downs, Clissold Park and London Fields. My passion for architectural photography was also indulged by the project.
Child models star in quite a bit of my advertising work but I wonder if a more community-based alternative would be a better fit for the schools programme? Organisations like Young Ealing or South Acton Children’s Centre could be involved, with donations made to groups instead of fees paid to commercial agencies. It’s an approach I’ve had success with before.
I’m also happy to shoot video and edit films if there’s a need as you can see here. My showreel includes work for corporate clients like EE and McDonald’s alongside training films for the NHS, fundraisers for Guide Dogs and awareness campaigns for community groups in London.
The opportunity to help create an image bank for Gunnersbury Park Museum is an exciting one and I’d love to discuss it further. If you’d like to see more photographs or need any further information, please let me know.