Melissa and Amit, South London

These are beautiful, thank you so much, you captured the event perfectly. My 2018 started off with this wonderful wedding in my local neighbourhood of Croydon. Melissa and Amit threw a cultural melting pot of a celebration, bringing together influences from their British, Filipino and Indian roots. The resulting wedding was a truly unique and…

Natural light portraits

If you’re after some nice new headshots that give off warm and fuzzy vibes, I’m here to help!  I offer affordable, laid-back portrait sessions in the great outdoors using natural light. I can tailor the look for performers, creatives, and business profiles. Fees for individuals: Set-up fee – £200 High-res, optimised image files – £20…

Femi and Nick

Femi and Nick’s wedding was one of my favourites from 2017. They held a fantastic celebration of their family, with their two sons playing key roles in the day. Their beautiful ceremony took place at the Church of the Holy Name, Esher, before everyone travelled en masse to the nearby Silvermere Golf Club with its…

Albino squirrels in South Norwood

I have travelled near and far on the photographic trail of interesting and exotic animals, however just a few days ago, on a little jaunt to a local park in South Norwood to photograph Christmas robins in the snowfall, I had one of the most unanticipated and quite brilliant wildlife moments of my life. Not…

New nephew!

I recently had the pleasure of meeting my 7th nephew down in Sussex. Here are a few pics of him with, amongst others, his four very doting big brothers/page boys extraordinaire.

Paris 2007 – a look back

I love how photographs can mature over time. I’ve been looking back through some old photos that I took on a trip to Paris in 2007 (I had lofty ideas of it being a pilgrimage to follow in the footsteps of Cartier-Bresson) and it’s striking how my style has changed over time. Back then I…

Utah – the ‘for me’ photos

America is a place that British people are instantly familiar with, through their shared language, mutual audio-visual tastes, a familiar news narrative, and the presence of many of the same brands. Yet it’s slightly ‘off’ somehow. Below is my attempt at documenting the alien mundanity of America through the eyes of a British person.  …

Upper Norwood Library Hub launch event

The Upper Norwood Library re-launched as a Library Hub last week, and I was there to provide some official photos of the event. The trustees and staff have worked tirelessly for many months to refurbish the premises to be a shining community hub at the heart of the famous Crystal Palace triangle. The ground floor…