I am an Englishman, and I've been living in America since I was 20. I've had a camera of some sort in my hands since I was a boy. At 11 years old, seeing my interest, my brother gave me my first 'real' camera - a Ricoh KR-10 SE. Thirty years later, I still have it, and occasionally still put a roll of film through it. I received my education in England and moved to the US at 20. I enjoy many aspects of photography, from fine art to portraiture, and journalistic to weddings. I consider myself a fine art photojournalist, and bring this combination of genres to both my professional assignments and to my personal projects. I enjoy working with both natural light and off-camera flash, depending on the mood I wish to set for a final image.
My work has been exhibited and published both Nationally and internationally.
I have exhibited in galleries such as The Gallery 13 in NJ, Gallery NRC in Colorado, and recently exhibited my work from St Maarten, in St Maarten, showcased by Les Fruits de mer, where I won an award.
I have exhibited in museums such as The Museum Of The City Of New York and The Bay Head Historical Society museum.
My work has been featured in National Geographic Magazine, and has even featured on the cover of National Geographic Japan, September 2013 issue.
I have received an honorable mention for my documentary work by AX3 awards and I have produced and published a book documenting the damage to NJ by Superstorm Sandy, titled "Visions Of Devastation".
I have also been voted among the top wedding photographers in NJ.