As well as nature photography, I am often contacted by businesses and organisations to take undertake portrait, documentary, product and architectural photography.
In October 2014 I was part of a small team sent by Savannah Education Trust to visit the 6 schools that have been set up in the remote villages surrounding the town of Lawra in the Upper West District of Ghana. As the photographer, my role was to capture the savannah landscape, the Ghanaian way of life, the Savannah schools and school life in my images.
It was a fantastic experience, being immersed in a completely different culture, meeting new people and photographing new subjects.
Lady Maybury is a fictional 18th Century character created by Sheila May to guide people around of Bath, giving a tour of the historical events, buildings, architecture of the city along the way.
I took photographs of her at many of the famous locations and attractions featured in her tours. These images have been used for advertising her tour services, including leaflets, business cards and larger outdoors adverts.
Bath tour guide Rosemary English asked for photographs of Bath architecture for her new website, leaflets and other promotional material. I visited many of the tourist hot-spots, photographing at places like Bath Abbey and the Pump Rooms, as well as places with interesting architecture and locations featured on her guided tours around the city.
The photos often focus on the intricate details of the architecture, as well as some landscape photography inside and outside of the city.
A local tour guide in Bradford-on-Avon needed photographs of the picturesque town for their new promotional material - leaflets and business cards. Focussing on the areas featured in her tours I captured many of the historical and architectural gems Bradford-on-Avon has to offer.
The photographs will be appearing on their website soon.
Malem are manufacturers of bedwetting alarms and I was asked by official supplier 'The Bedwetting Doctor' to photograph the whole range of alarms for their new website that was being built. The brief was for them to be photographed from 6 different angles against a pure white background.
Using studio lighting I was able to produce high-quality, reflection-free photos of the alarms.