My photography has undergone many developmental shifts over my years of practising. The roots of my style lie in the time I spent studying in China, capturing the form of the culture and the textures of the landscapes; I became immersed in an obsession with finding the alternate perspective.
Upon returning to the UK in 2015, I moved to Edinburgh. It was here that I began shooting gallery spaces and my work became more concerned with the lighting of a space; after all there is no substitute for good light, and galleries are the epitome of well lit spaces. During my time in Edinburgh I was commissioned to shoot high profile events in the National Portrait Gallery and covered exhibitions for archival purposes at Edinburgh Printmakers.
Now based near the Peak District, I balance my photography practice alongside my work as a stuntman for film and TV. Outside of the fast paced life on set, I still find time to look for the stillness and capture the light.