Foxley on the Run

Amber and I went to this location unaware that it would be flooded at the time we intended to shoot. Fortunately, it didn’t take long before the waters receded, and we were able to get some cracking images like this one.


I honestly think I might have hung up my camera were it not for finding East Coast Creatives. My local studio closed its doors for good during lockdown and it sometimes feels like I’ve had to start again from scratch. East Coast Creatives is such a wonderful group of people, and I can’t speak highly…

Casually Fabulous

Just Leah Meraki looking simply fabulous in this rather casual getup. I’ve worked with a quite a few models since I first picked up a camera and I can genuinely say that I’ve enjoyed working with all of them.

Ol’ Blue Eyes

At the Norwich Shoe Factory for this one. Lots of space, lots of interesting backdrops just a really cool space to shoot in. This was with East Coast Creatives so there was several of us utilising the space. I was going back and forth, finding places to shoot and seeing who was free. There were…

Life in the High Trees?

It’s always a good rule of thumb that the best shoots are the ones where you have fun. And this was most definitely a fun shoot. This was part of an Elegant Woodland themed shoot organised by East Coast Creatives that sort of veered a little into fairy-tale/fantasy territory. Not that I was complaining as…

Pattycakes and Poppies

Pattycakes put out a casting for a poppy field shoot and I was only too happy to take up the offer. You might not be able to tell from this image but the field was not quite as full of poppies as we had hoped, nonetheless we made the best of it and were still…

By Odin’s Beard!

Going into this shoot I had an idea to do a Lady of the Lake style shot, but I had no sword and wasn’t able to get one in time. I was able to get this hammer though. So of course, if we have the hammer, we need to have a bit of lightning as…

Monochrome Marvel

This was a bit of a short shoot, but who cares when this is the result.

Simply Sublime.

This is one of my go-to light setups. It’s easy, quick to setup, and gives awesome results like this. All requires is a big softbox behind the model and a reflector in front to bounce the light back into their face a bit. Simple, yet effective.