I am an award-winning freelance photographer based in London (UK) specialising in rock and metal live music photography.
Having taken photos at gigs since 1999 with a point-and-shoot camera, my passion for documenting live music really kicked in when I got my first DSLR in 2015 and travelled to Norway to photograph Tons of Rock festival. I have returned to the festival every year since and have been lucky enough to photograph some big international acts there including Slayer, KISS, Rob Zombie and Alice Cooper.
Back home in London I shoot at music venues of various sizes – from The Black Heart to Wembley Arena – for both The Moshville Times and Stitched Sound, and have had my work published in Kerrang!, Revolver and The Guardian. In 2018 I became the Photo Editor at The Moshville Times and exhibited a selection of my work at a music and photography festival in Liverpool.
I work full-time in an architectural practice during the day, but I spend my evenings and weekends honing my skills in the hope that one day I will be able to turn my passion for music photography into something much bigger.