Photography for website video

I undertook this project on behalf of Intrada Innovations. Sarah Annis Reflexolgy required photography and video montage for her website. For full project details, visit:

Conservatory photoshoot

As part of my work for Intrada Innovations, I was asked to take high quality photographs of one of their conservatories. For full details, visit: Intrada Innovations Website 

Classic Car & Bike Show

On Sunday, I took my camera over to the Classic Car & Bike Show to take some photos for Intrada Innovations. Here’s a selection from the day:

Fibre East 2017

Fibre East took place at Redborne School on 30th July 2017 in Bedfordshire. I love attending this event and took photos of 6 of the stands that caught my eye. Full blog available here:

A day at Bletchley Park

I absolutely love Bletchley Park, absolutely fascinated by the feeling of history you get when you are in the grounds. A day spend photographing was inevitable… and I will be back. So many things to see, so much to learn and a lovely place to sit and reflect.

Police Unity Tour

Absolutely delighted to take photos of the Police Unity Tour as they stopped off at Parkside Community Hall for a well earned break! Visit their website for more details of the tour:

A day at Stowe

Today I had a day off from the business and spent a wonderful day at National Trust – Stowe. Here’s some photos from the day, I look forward to returning and exploring the grounds more. 


Something a little different today. I’ve been drawn to “dreamy” flower photos and thought I’d give it a go. This was an experiment which involved a tripod, reflector and some kitchen foil!

Bluebells – Spring 2016

I have been looking forward to Bluebell season so we can find beautiful locations across Bedfordshire to photograph these stunning flowers. I have not been disapointed:

Exploring portrait photography

My wonderful friend Cerian offered to be a model for the day for a photoshoot. I wanted to capture my friends personality in the photos. Thank you Cerian for your patience.