London based photographer and author with a predilection for angular shapes, shadows and clashing colours, also occasionally found presenting life hacks on international TV... Trained at London College of Fashion, after a successful stint in music photography career I moved into commercial still life and beauty photography and I've had three books published by Quarto and Pavilion: Life Hacks, Kitchen Hacks and Dinner Deconstructed. Clients: Jack Wills, Mastercard, Capital FM, XFM, eBay, Smirnoff, Nike, Hyundai, Coca Cola, Vodafone, OLIO, Fuller's, MTV, Nurofen, Nectar Card
- Kitchen HacksMy follow up book to Life Hacks, published by Portico and designed along with Nic Davies and Smart Design Stuidio UK. "Want to know how to hull a strawberry? You've got to grab a straw first! Do you want more juice from your limes? Better turn on your microwave. How do you remove garlic odour from your fingers? Use a spoon. These easy, surprising and crafty ways to hack your kitchen are tried and tested, then photographed to show how they work. This book is the best thing to happen to your kitc
- Life HacksAfter seeing a rise in the popularity of life hacks on social media, I saw a gap in the market for a physical book on the subject - albeit a non traditional, fun, brightly coloured mostly image based book that looked like it could have been dreamed up by Instagram, so I went to work on pitching the idea to UK based publishers and I got a deal with Quarto. I produced all photography, styling and text and book design was a collaboration with the amazing Nic Davies at Smart Design Studio UK who re
Projects credited in
- Hyundai Mercury Prize 2017Hyundai’s sponsorship of the Mercury Prize required a standalone campaign, wth a visual identity that resonated with the event, and moved away from the typical product-focused campaign. I was responsible for art directing the illustrator that developed the brushstroke visual, as well as designing and producing all the output for the campaign.