My first gig photography involved smuggling a cheap disposable camera into venues shoved into an oversized cowboy boot. There were a few happy accidents but mainly those photos were just bad reminders of good nights out!
I first got serious about photographing bands in the early 2000s. After a couple of years I began contributing to print and online publications, and later spent a couple of years moonlighting from my day job to be house photographer for Brooklyn Bowl London (which I absolutely loved, and I'm still gutted that the venue closed!). These days I mostly work directly with musicians, covering gigs/ rehearsals/ recording sessions.
Join the illustrious ranks of awesome bands who've paid me to do stuff for them and used my live shots in their album artwork! If you like what you see on the site and have a project you think I'd be a good fit for, please get in touch.
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Most of the photos on this site were taken for editorial use, however if the artist has allowed it, printing on demand can be made available. Occasionally I produce runs of fine art prints which are sold through my Etsy store.
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It may be hidden away in the archives. if you can't find what you're looking for here, please get in touch!