I am a versatile and efficient photographer who brings the storytelling quality of reportage photography to my commercial shoots. My passion for capturing the beautiful in the everyday has seen me collaborate with some of the biggest global brands, and celebrities from the worlds of entertainment and sport. I'm happy shooting out of the side of a helicopter, on the back of a motorbike or even in the relative safety of a studio.
- Billy's Big ChallengeThis February, professional racing driver and double-leg amputee, Billy Monger, undertook a gruelling triathlon inspired challenge for Red Nose Day. Over the course of four days, he battled the elements as well as physical and mental exhaustion, as he set out to walk, kayak and cycle a staggering 140 miles. Along the way, he was supported by family, friends and some very special guests to help spur him on to the finish line. I was asked to go along and document his challenge by Comic Relief. Bi
- Smiths GroupI was recently commissioned by Smiths Group to photograph their United Flexible / Amnitec manufacturing plant in Merthyr Tydfil, Wales. United Flexible provides engineered technologies to aerospace and industrial manufacturers; specifically flexible metal hoses. The brief was a combination of product detail, including some abstract and graphic images, as well as candid shots of the staff working on the factory floor and the manufacturing process.
- Tour de TrophyFormer Wales and Lions rugby captain Gareth Thomas cycled the Sports Personality of the Year trophy 500 miles from Cardiff to Aberdeen. He met with charities along the way to discuss how the money raised through Sport Relief helps people across the country deal with a wide range of issues. I went along for the ride to document his epic journey.
- Comic Relief: Campaign Against Living MiserablyFollowing a prolonged period of difficulty, in 2017 over Christmas, Paul walked down to the beach. He made the choice to kill himself by getting drunk and walking into the sea. His plan was to just feel numb and drift away. Whilst waist deep in the sea he began listening to a podcast featuring Professor Green discussing the suicide of his own father and the effect it had on his life. Paul realised he didn’t want to leave his young son in the same way and rang the number for Calm (the Campaign Ag
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PhotographerPatch Dolan Photography
London, United KingdomFreelance
Freelance Photographer working with lots of varied clients on commissions for magazines, album covers, print and digital.
- Commercial Photography
- Portrait Photography
- Adobe Lightroom
- Studio Lighting
- Editorial Photography