I moved to London in 2002 to study economics at university. After graduating, I spent ten years working in The City, before finally deciding to pursue my passion for photography full time.
Although my interest in photography began at school, it’s only been in the last 12 months that I’ve started to specialise in street photography and realise the potential to turn these skills into a new career. Now I work on lots of exciting commercial and editorial projects, whilst pursuing street photography and teaching workshops in my spare time.
The most interesting thing about street photography is the unpredictability. You head out with no real expectations of what you may come home with. This makes street photography very challenging, but that’s part of the fun - it really changes how you look at the world, in that you start seeing and paying attention to things you were completely oblivious to previously.
I take most of my photos in a relatively small, compact area of Central London. I really like documenting the daily changes within this particular part of the city. On the face of it, the streets looks largely the same, but when you scratch beneath the surface, you find something new every single day.
Here's a selection of my recent London street photography: