I have been shooting in many genres for longer than I care to remember, aviation of all sorts, motorsports, landscapes, architecture, to name a few. I started taking my photography more seriously in 1998, after an illness meant that I had to give up a career in the world of aviation, which even now remains a favorite subject for my photography.
My usual preferred shooting styles are portraiture, retro fashion and glamour, but I also shoot up to art nude. I am much prefer tasteful and sophisticated teasing type shots that leave the viewer wanting more, rather than gratuitous shots that leave little to the imagination.
I am slightly disabled, so I don't do shoots halfway up the north face of the Eiger, even if some of my compatriots do. I usually prefer a warm studio or a location on a sunny day, but definitely not too far from a kettle!
I am currently the Chairman of the Disabled Photographers Society (registered charity No 262866) and a member of the Royal Photographic Society Digital group. We frequently look for models for Society shoots, of various types, in areas all over the UK. These are for the charity, The Disabled Photographers' Society, so the pay is never going to be huge as funds are limited. They are however always good fun and can lead onto further work and bookings from members of the DPS etc.
If you send me an unsolicited message offering to work with me for pay then you will need to be offering me something exceptional to even warrant a reply. If you are willing to collaborate with me to create new images then I will always respond, even if it is a polite "thanks but no thanks". There is nothing personal in that, but I do have very limited reserves of energy and I am very selective in what I am able to undertake as a result of that.
References outside of this site are also available, if required, upon request.
I have been shooting for longer than I care to remember. References are available upon request.
I am currently the Chairman of the Disabled Photographers Society (registered charity No 262866) and a member of the Royal Photographic Society Digital group.
Published in numerous magazines and some newspapers