It started with disposable cameras at hardcore and punk shows in Essex and London in my early teens. By 21, I was freelancing as a self-taught photographer after moving to Brighton, working mainly with tattoo studios and musicians. After studying media and photography at university, I stopped taking photos entirely - whatever it was that had previously motivated me to pick up a camera had burned out.

After moving to Kathmandu, Nepal in 2013, I was reminded that there was so much to see and learn in the world, and began shooting again on a partially functioning SLR and expired film picked up for scant Rupees at a side street pharmacy.

It wasn't until a few months into my move to Japan in 2014 that I picked up a pre-owned compact film camera, went back to my roots and once again started making images that felt true to the way I viewed the world.

As 2018 draws to a close, I have decided to dedicate my remaining time in Japan entirely to shooting content for upcoming projects and for client commissions. I plan on returning to the UK before moving to Australia in 2019.

If you'd like to collaborate with me while I still reside in Japan, catch me while you can.