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Education, Location
With schools colleges and Universities hopefully getting back work and some normality in the coming months I have been putting tighter some safety measures and good practices. My photography is based on the reportage style, this means I can stand back and observe, shooting from a distance with a longer lens there is no need to be right up close, I can still get the pictures you need. Added to this I have equipped myself with FFP2 face masks that can be worn while shooting. Getting back to work and using FFP2 face masks means I can offer greater safety over and above standard surgical style masks. With better particle filtering these masks help to protect myself and those around me when I am working on site during the Coronavirus pandemic. I have also been double jabbed but if you have any further questions or specific requirements for working on site then just let me know.

During the pandemic I have been putting together photography lessons and courses. I am able to work with your art department in creating stimulating photography lessons on a one to one, small group and class / lecture basis.
As along time professional photographer there is not much I have not covered from Press and Magazines, marketing and corporate shoots to more creative work for libraries, book covers and posters.
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Whether you need to help students become more technically aware or you want to know  more about how to be creative in your photography I can help.
I can help advise on projects and putting together exam portfolios, guide you through some of the more technical aspects of photography and help with creativity, pre-visualisation and Post production.

If you want to understand more about your / your students equipment, post production and the creative aspects of photography just get in touch.
If you have specific requirements and want me to help fill that knowledge gap drop me a line with your question.
So if you want to know anything about my courses or just want to ask a simple question you need an answer to don’t hesitate to get in touch either here or through


Education, Secondary

A shot from the Twig World commission shows professor Maggie Dallman of Imperial College London working with children in the school she used to attend. The children are seen learning about the digestive system and how food is processed through then body !
This kind of shot is perfect t for the skills of the reportage photographer. The quick and ever changing action needs to be allowed to follow so as to be able to capture natural looking photography.