ABOUT

I am a self-taught, 21-year-old photographer specialising in wildlife based in Staffordshire, England. My exploration into our natural world has been inspired by encounters from a young age with Badgers and Hedgehogs. However photography came many years later when I received a DLSR camera as a Christmas present. Combining the two, wildlife photography has become an outlet to daily life and a passion that has taken me around the world and has led to me capturing unforgettable moments. A highlight in my photographic career so far was traveling extensively around Australia in 2018, from Sydney to Ayers Rock and from Perth to the Pilbara, I covered thousands of miles driving through the outback in search of reptiles and it was all worth it to find several of Australia’s gems. Another would be seeing the Aurora borealis in the amazing setting of Grundarfjörður, Iceland, as they danced above the famous Kirkjufell mountain. Being surrounded by friends and like-minded photographers really made the experience one to remember. As for the future and the direction of my photography I would like to work more with individual species and tell their story, through the latest technology of camera trapping and also long lens photography. Another big ambition for me is to work more around the world, photographing all the species I have admired for years…

WHAT’S IN MY CAMERA BAG?

Since beginning photography I have used Nikon equipment and continue to do so, I shoot as wide as 14mm with the 14-24mm F2.8 and as long as 600mm with the Nikon 600mm F4 VR. Below is a list of whats in my camera bag!

Nikon D500 + MB17 Grip

Nikon 600mm F4 VR

Nikon 300mm F4 ED

Nikon 14-24mm F2.8

Nikon TC-14E AF-S Teleconverter III

Nikon SB-600 Speed-light

Lee Filters SW150 Kit, SW150 Mark II Big Stopper, SW150 ND 1.2 Grad Hard

Benro A373F Tripod

Benro GH2C Gimbal Head

Lowepro Lens Trekker 600AW MK III

Lowepro Whistler 450AW MK II

Blue Mountains, Sydney, Australia

Blue Mountains, Sydney, Australia

Vatnajökull, Iceland

Vatnajökull, Iceland