Based in Liverpool and specialising in architecture and urban landscape photography, I have been taking photos of Liverpool and the surrounding area for the last five years – a lifelong appreciation of Liverpool’s character and buildings lead me into photography and the city is still the main focus of my work. Urban landscapes are my speciality – I like to look for the hidden details of city life, trying to show the city from a different point of view. Particularly well known for my work with reflections, I take advantage of the newest technology in my post-processing work.
My photography has been featured in the New Statesman, Digital Photographer, N-Photo, Liverpool Daily Post, Liverpool Echo, All Together Now, SevenStreets and Calumet Focus amongst others. My work has been exhibited as part of the Fab Collective’s ‘Up to something’ exhibition, at The Mash Art Cafe in St.Helens and my own exhibition Reflections of Liverpool, held as part of Liverpool’s annual Light Night event.
I am also a contributor to the photography website Light Stalking.
If you would like to discuss working on a project with me, please drop me a mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or give me a ring on 07769 660025.
The images featured on this site are available to as downloads or as prints on my Photoshelter site – if the image you require isn’t available yet or you would like to discuss a specialised print (canvas, acrylic, metal etc) please drop me a mail.