I’m a biologist and published nature photographer from the UK, currently living in Hungary. I travel for much of my work (when there’s not a pandemic) and have worked with a range species, including kea, marine iguanas and Asian elephants. Through my camera I aim to witness the planet in its wildest form and exhibit the realities of non-human lives in the 21st century.
As a lifetime animal-lover I have an instinctive fondness for the wild and a passion to capture everyday species in a new light. I am self-taught and developed my approach to photography in England, while documenting the constant melodrama of grey squirrels in my local park. Now, my focus is on telling the intimate story of both the plight and glory of kea in the South Island of New Zealand.
Reached final round in Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2021