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Thank you for taking the time to look at my website.
I have been a keen amateur photographer for many years and always wished for the time to pursue photography further.
Working as a Fire Officer for 18 years and having two young boys rarely gave me a moment to further my interest.
In Dec 2010, I was diagnosed with a rare Bone Cancer (Ewing's Sarcoma) and my life changed dramatically.
As part of my recovery, I promised myself a 'proper camera' & to learn the art of photography... I have been fortunate enough
to have family and friends to help me with equipment & advice (thank you so very much).
Also a special thank you to Professor Hassan, my nurse and friend Pip and all the other doctors and the nurses at the Churchill Hospital, Oxford.
I am proud to say that I now do events photography for the Cancer Charity 'Sarcoma UK' (www.sarcoma.org.uk) my way of helping the small but fast growing charity that help so many other people.
In late 2014, a group of few fellow cancer survivors/patients and their families got together and we shot the Bone Cancer Research Trust Calendar for 2015.
This gained a lot of press interest & was brilliant for Bone Cancer awareness.
Having a chance to shoot at London Fashion week in early 2015 led me to shoot for Models of Diversity, meeting some truly amazing and inspiring people along the way.
Having now received my FA Photography license I have shot several QPR games and the 2018 Womens FA Cup Final at Wembley... a dream come true.
I now regular shoot games for WSL side London Bees, Premiership QPR LFC & QPR mens U23's, I've also become involved in QPR Community Trust.
The BBC London News requested to use my photo on Remembrance day 2014 as part of their WWI Centenary Memorial on TV and used my image as their Facebook page banner.
Please enjoy the site,