For as long as I can remember I’ve loved the outdoors. My earliest memories are of exploring the fields behind my house, climbing trees, and building ramps for my bike. I got my first camera aged 14, and as I got older and began spending more of my time outdoors in nature the camera came with me.
I’ve lived in the city and spent time in the hustle-and-bustle of modern life, but I’m finding more and more that it’s the simple things that keep me grounded and at peace. Fresh air, sleeping outdoors, incredible views, and discovering new places are all things that help keep me humble and grateful. It’s in nature that I feel most comfortable and refreshed, and I take every opportunity I can to get away and spend some time in the wild.
I’ve always been creative, and picked up my first camera in my early teens when I was spending a lot of my time Skating/BMXing/MTBing, when I found myself wanting to capture and share the experiences. This developed alongside my hobbies and interests as I aged, and now my work is mainly focussed on landscape/adventure/lifestyle photography.