As a photographer and scientist, I use photography to document the outstanding biodiversity of Earth and address issues of rising conservation concern.
Born and raised in the heavily urbanised city of Birmingham, UK, I had minimal exposure to the natural world. I eventually studied Biology, later specialising in Conservation and Biodiversity during my Master's, where I developed a heavy interest in entomology, biodiversity declines and supporting sustainable development globally. I purchased my first camera when I realised that the butterflies I studied were beautiful and it was possible to tell an engaging story that could captivate the general public.
Since graduating, I have explored South-east Asia and South America, documenting the unique wildlife that compose the world's most biodiverse forest ecosystems. I have worked in Malaysian Borneo and both the Peruvian and Ecuadorian Amazon, photographing and studying the variety of life. After directly witnessing the intense pressures characterising the Anthropocene, I intend to further explore and document the complexity of relationships between development and tropical ecosystems.
I am open to queries regarding creative work, prints, and research. Contact me using either the form below, or my email/phone as found at the bottom of the page.