Category Archives: personal work

Inflight onboard Singapore Airlines

Silverkris is the inflight magazine of Singapore Airlines. Every month they feature a photographer in their “Picture This” section, and this month it was my turn:    

Inflight onboard Singapore Airlines

Silverkris is the inflight magazine of Singapore Airlines. Every month they feature a photographer in their “Picture This” section, and this month it was my turn:    

Heartland – update –

Some of the photographs I’ve shot for my Heartland project were published in The Sunday Times Magazine this weekend. Also really excited to announce that the Heartland film is a finalist in the AOP awards. Heres the version of the

Heartland – update –

Some of the photographs I’ve shot for my Heartland project were published in The Sunday Times Magazine this weekend. Also really excited to announce that the Heartland film is a finalist in the AOP awards. Heres the version of the

“Heartland” and the Rugby World Cup: England 2015

For the last 8 months all my energies have been devoted to a new personal photography project. “Heartland” is the search for the beating heart of amateur rugby. So far I’ve travelled over 4000 miles around the U.K with many

“Heartland” and the Rugby World Cup: England 2015

For the last 8 months all my energies have been devoted to a new personal photography project. “Heartland” is the search for the beating heart of amateur rugby. So far I’ve travelled over 4000 miles around the U.K with many

Out On The Range

Out On The Range Range magazine in the U.S asked me to contribute to their 2015 Spring issue. They’ve run a lovely spread on Men Of Wisdom. I received this email last week from Don Canine: “Saw your pictures in

Out On The Range

Out On The Range Range magazine in the U.S asked me to contribute to their 2015 Spring issue. They’ve run a lovely spread on Men Of Wisdom. I received this email last week from Don Canine: “Saw your pictures in

Wakey Wakey

Giles is my brother-in-law. He’s obsessed with the weather forecast. He dreams of flat water and he doesn’t want any wind blowing. It was as still as I normally am at 8am on a Saturday, conditions were perfect. Will brought

Wakey Wakey

Giles is my brother-in-law. He’s obsessed with the weather forecast. He dreams of flat water and he doesn’t want any wind blowing. It was as still as I normally am at 8am on a Saturday, conditions were perfect. Will brought

Men Of Wisdom at Leo Burnett

Men of Wisdom is finally up! It’s hanging in Leo Burnett’s swanky offices in London. I wanted another pair of eyes to assist me with this so Jason at Deadline who works on all of my branding was tasked with

Men Of Wisdom at Leo Burnett

Men of Wisdom is finally up! It’s hanging in Leo Burnett’s swanky offices in London. I wanted another pair of eyes to assist me with this so Jason at Deadline who works on all of my branding was tasked with

Men Of Wisdom #3 Living in a Ghost Town

I drove for 3 days from Bozeman, Montana before I arrived in Wisdom staying in motel’s in Ennis, Twin Bridges, and Dillon. Dillon is a large town in relation to most of the places I stopped in, but I was

Men Of Wisdom #3 Living in a Ghost Town

I drove for 3 days from Bozeman, Montana before I arrived in Wisdom staying in motel’s in Ennis, Twin Bridges, and Dillon. Dillon is a large town in relation to most of the places I stopped in, but I was

Men Of Wisdom #2

Shervorn at the Laundry Room London has just finished retouching the Men Of Wisdom photographs that I shot in the town of Wisdom, Montana last year. I’ve printed 30 of them and put them in a beautiful portfolio created by

Men Of Wisdom #2

Shervorn at the Laundry Room London has just finished retouching the Men Of Wisdom photographs that I shot in the town of Wisdom, Montana last year. I’ve printed 30 of them and put them in a beautiful portfolio created by

Men Of Wisdom

Men of Wisdom was the idea. As soon as I saw the name of the cowboy town in south western Montana I knew I had to go. I spent a month or so fixing up contacts and a way of

Men Of Wisdom

Men of Wisdom was the idea. As soon as I saw the name of the cowboy town in south western Montana I knew I had to go. I spent a month or so fixing up contacts and a way of