Climbing is not a spectator sport. In the summer I spent two weeks with a group of rock climbers in Leonidio, Greece photographing their battle with the rocks.
They climb the mountain, not to plant their flag, but to embrace the challenge, enjoy the air and behold the view. They climb it so they can see the world, not so the world can see them.
Garmont Boots are now one of the preferred suppliers to the US Military. We flew to West Virginia to shoot the boots being put through their paces.
I recently had the pleasure of working with Newcastle College’s Photography Department discussing the ins and outs of the industry & demoing a lighting workshop with the students.
Shadow Dancers is a personal project shot entirely using in camera techniques, we worked closely with lithe twins Juliette & Georgina.
Plan less, live more with AYGO. Bright, bold and distinctive.
We set out on the urban streets of Newcastle Upon Tyne this summer to capture the adventures of the Toyota Aygo.
A personal project that has been in the making for a while. The overarching aim was to stay clear of typical gender stereotype visual identity, whilst capturing the gentle and emotional side of non-binary and androgynous models, Eric and Shay.
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