I am a freelance photographer specialising in architecture and interior photography currently based in London. I like to capture full and detailed building shots combined with interesting abstract images of the architecture. Other photography genres I have covered include landscapes, automotive and food photography.
Using disposable cameras from an early age to document various places gave me the opportunity to start experimenting with the medium, but being interested in outdoor activities and growing up close to the border of the Snowdonia National Park in North Wales was the main pathway into photography. In 2012, I decided to purchase my first digital camera as I wanted to capture the beautiful mountain ranges and picturesque scenery that the area holds.
In 2014, I decided to study a foundation degree to pursue photography as a career after photographing landscapes for two years. The course gave me the opportunity to develop my knowledge and ability in a range of practices including analogue, studio and location photography. I became passionate about architecture after visiting London and Paris over the duration of the course, which influenced my decision to follow this genre.
Once I completed my foundation degree in July 2016, I moved to London in September after 22 years in North Wales to continue my studies to top-up to a BA Hons degree at London South Bank University. Studying in London has given me the opportunity to develop a large professional body of work and gain a range of contacts and clients whilst improving my confidence and communicational skills, which will be highly beneficial for the future.
My biggest commission to date is photographing the interior and various food dishes for a local Bistro called Paysanne, located in North Wales. These images were used to promote their business in one of the UK's leading food magazines, Olive, which featured as a two-page spread in the Summer 2015 edition.