About & FAQ

About Me

After I left school I flirted for two years with an architecture degree. Having discovered this perhaps wasn’t the path for me, I switched over to make my long-term hobby of singing a career and pursued a degree in classical singing as a baritone. I studied in the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama for 4 years, graduating in July 2015 with an Upper Second (2:1).
While I was there, my passion for photography was reignited and I began photographing headshots, shows, concerts, choirs and promotional materials for my colleagues as a small business during my degree. I invested some of my music earnings into more kit (lights, stands, reflectors & wacom tablet for retouching) before eventually getting myself a proper professional camera. My Nikon D750 is a real power-house and coupled with my new Nikon 85mm f/1.4G lens and a few others lenses, I’ve been able to start a freelance career.
Now I live in London, working both as a freelance classical singer and as a photographer. The two jobs go hand in hand and my networks grow and grow. I’m fortunate to be able to indulge two of my passions, and call them work! I mostly photograph musicians and concerts, but I plan to soon branch out into commercial work and weddings.


Your Questions

Here are the answers to some of the questions I’m most commonly asked. If you have any further queries, just head over to my contact page and I’ll get back in touch.

Let’s Chat


I see you're London-based. Are you willing to travel?

Absolutely! A lot of my work has me travelling around different bits of the U.K. Some travel expenses may apply, but for an accurate quote, contact me and I'll get right back to you.

What should I wear for my headshots?

That's a great question. I go into this subject in a little more detail in my blog posts but the general gist is that we don't want people to be distracted by your clothes, so muted tones and minimal patterns are probably the best option.

How will our photos be delivered?

I usually send all final imagery via a download link by email, but in special circumstances I can provide DVDs.

Will our photos be watermarked?

Absolutely not. I provide all final images watermark-free so that you can share and print them as you please.

Do we own the copyright to the pictures?

I usually adopt the standard practice amongst photographers of retaining all copyright for the images I take. This enables me to control over the commercial rights to my work and allows me to use my work in my portfolios and promotional media. Don't worry though! Unless stated otherwise, my clients are granted unlimited but non-exclusive rights to print, share and reproduce the photographs as long as they're not sold for profit.

What payment types do you accept?

I usually accept cheques, cash, BACS transfer or PayPal, though if something else needs to be arranged we can chat about that specifically for your project.