I am an Events and Portrait Photographer based in Vancouver, Canada via London, England.
I also work in a freelance capacity in Partner Relationships and Development - fostering and developing mutually beneficial working relationships that support both parties to achieve their goals.
I'm an advocate for people getting connected to what's important to them in their life, and how they can achieve it. I love learning about people and bringing them together. I'm a keen and excitable connector and can often be found at events around Vancouver getting to know the plethora of totally gem-like people who reside here.
I'm inspired by do-ers, by inventors, by innovators and by those who strive to make the world and its inhabitants a more caring, understanding, connected, sustainable, educated and empowered place.
Event photography is my jam, and organisations I've had the pleasure of taking photos for include Moshi Monsters, ACHICA, TEDx, The Secret Garden Party Festival, Vince Cable MP, The National Literacy Trust, Life Water, Climb Any Mountain and Tech Vancouver.
I'm on the board of Cameras4Change, a Vancouver based non-profit who work with marginalized and vulnerable communities by providing them with educational photography workshops and the opportunity to transform through creative self-expression. I've also recently co-founded a social enterprise, Atomik Change, which creates content, workshops, and one-on-one work in order to support the building of stronger, more connected local and global communities.
Get in touch below with thoughts, enquires, project opportunities, collaboration requests or just to say hi! I'd love to hear from you.
Creative Boom - 'Kazakhstan: shot from the hip' - view here
Creative Boom - 'The colours of Myanmar' - view here
Brixton Blog - 'The colours of Myanmar' exhibition opening - view here
Suitcase Magazine - 'The colours of Myanmar' exhibition opening - view here
The Fly Away American - 'Life through a lens - unobtrusive travel photography' - view here
Escapism Magazine - 'The colours of Myanmar' exhibition opening - view here