I admire any artist that dwells on forgotten areas of the every day, exploring and highlighting humdrum objects in a new way. Steven Shore is probably my biggest influence for his magical way of transforming banality and his use of colour. From Tuscany to Peckham, Cavalli to concrete, I enjoy photographing people and places from all walks of life whatever story they have to tell. I initially wanted to be an architect when I was young but I slowly realised that its the geometry, shapes and lines of buildings that I liked, deciding then to capture this rather than trying to design them. Interiors photography was a natural route to follow, with my personal interest in design, architecture and people consistently informing my work for commercial and editorial clients alike.

 

 

Clients include


Fritz Hansen
Conde Nast
Living Corriere Magazine
Errol
Wallpaper
Carl Hansen
Habitat
The Saturday Times Magazine
Case Furniture
Made.com
Sager
Compass
Herman Miller
Farrow and Ball
John Lewis
Harrods Magazine
Sony
How to Spend It
The White Company
Elle Decoration
Dulux
Living Etc
Mandarin Stone
Dwell Magazine
Compass
ES Magazine