I feel so lucky to have seen so many incredible things in the world, and even luckier to document them with a camera.
Taking photos has led me to thirteen African countries, including five trips to The Gambia, along with numerous places in the UK and Europe. I am looking for a career in photojournalism, potentially looking at the ‘collateral damage’ of conflict in the future.
Highly commended - British Life Photography Awards 2018 - two separate images taken during Storm Emma of 2018.
Honourable Mention - International Photographer of the Year 2017 - for a series of six images of the 2017 G20 riots in Hamburg, Germany.
Winner - Young British Life Photographer of the Year 2015 - A series of six images focusing on protest and how it is part of British Democracy.
Highly commended - World Photography Awards 2015 (Youth category) - This was for my work in Kenya on the Massai.
Commended - British Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2011 - Commended in the junior category for my work on Puffins in Wales.
My photos have been used by many recognised organisations including: the Guardian, the Telegraph, the BBC, the Daily Mail, Valeurs Actuelles, L’Obs, the Sun, the Express, New York Daily News, Smithsonian Magazine, reveal, RSPB, WWT, AOL (America Online), the West Sussex Gazette, the Argus, the Chichester Observer along with other magazines and news outlets. I have also been part of the gallery team on a world leading 'professional' photo sharing website with over 960,000 photographers on the site www.ephotozine.com.