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The Kids are Alright – Futurefrock

Images from a recent life/style shoot for Futurefrock. Using all eco friendly and holistic make up and reused and recycled styling. To produce a shoot with as little impact on the environment as possible. The challenge was to see if we could create a style story that was mindful and considered in it’s approach.
Because not only are teenagers prolific shoppers and consumers, their generation are also curious, inquisitive and incredibly aware of the toll overconsumption and mass production are having on the planet.











Pfizer CGI

I recently worked on these images for Pfizer. Photographing elements for a CGI lab showing production to prescription.


House of Solo

A new set of Images shot for House of Solo magazine

















Into University

Into University provides local learning centres where young people are inspired to achieve.

Each local centre offers an innovative program that supports young people from disadvantaged backgrounds to attain either a university place or another chosen aspiration.

It was a pleasure to spend the day with a group of inspiring children and produce images to reflect their energy and positivity.






Deerhurst Road

A selection of images from a recent lifestyle shoot with a retro vibe.














Folk x Camden Town Brewery

Folk has created a limited edition workwear range exclusively for Camden Town Brewery. Born from a long standing friendship between Folk’s Cathal McAteer and CTB's Jasper Cuppaidge, the unisex collection features shirts, sweatshirts, jacket and gilet in Folk’s signature style integrated with design details inspired by the 'Brewery’s distinctive independent identity.


Recent Portrait Work

I have had a number of recent portrait commissions for charitable organisations and branding projects, below are a few of my favourites from the start of the year.



















LinkedIn – Get closer

I recently worked with with the Internet giant LinkedIn. It was an absolute pleasure to work in monochrome and produce these macro shots for their Get Closer campaign.


Ian Wright for Turner

British footballing legend, Ian Wright has teamed up with Cartoon Network and Childline, the leading UK helpline for children and young people to provide immediate advice and support for those in need.

Wright said: “I teamed up with Cartoon Network and Childline to launch CN Buddy Network this year because I don’t believe that bullying at any stage of your life is acceptable.

“I think it’s important that children have somewhere to go so they don’t have to suffer in silence.

“I remember getting bullied back when I was new on the football scene, I was only 22 and people were intimidated by that. My advice to kids is to speak up against bullying’ that’s the first step to showing others you’ve got their back.”