Railway steps back in time…


Stepping back in time with the Mid-Norfolk Railway’s 1940’s Railway At War Weekend; a nostalgic family event filled with re-enactment groups, living history displays, period stalls, military vehicles and themed stations. Read More

‘Dancing with flour’

I love to photograph dance, there’s just something special about the drama, elegance and passion of it that is so exciting to capture.

I’ve been wanting to try dance flour photography since seeing some images in a random Google search a while back.  I enlisted the help of my friend Katie, a teacher at a local dance school, she was really excited about the idea and I started planning how to do the shoot and what sort of images I hoped we could create together. Read More

UK Winter Classic 2017

Anyone who follows my work will know how much I love to photograph ice hockey; a real photographic challenge filled with high speed action!  It’s always a real treat to photograph an outdoor pond hockey tournament – different rules to a usual ice hockey game and always the hope that the sun may shine and there will be a bright blue sky!  Organized by Hockey Tutorial, Great Yarmouth’s Christmas ice rink was the venue for the 2017 UK Winter Classic. Read More

2017 Old Buckenham Air Show

Aerobatics, vintage planes and transport, historical re-enactors and a fabulous 1940’s style swing trio – just some of the amazing attractions at this year’s Old Buckenham Air Show.

As the official Air Show photographer, I got to capture all the excitement of this fun packed two day family event.  Read More

‘A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away…’

We had tie-fighters, R2D2 and an intergalactic cake for Max’s Star Wars themed first birthday portrait and cake smash session. Read More

Victory for The RAF Vulcans

The first home game of 2017 saw The RAF Vulcans take a hard fought 10 – 7 victory from the Nottingham Knights.  Congratulations to Vulcans’ #19, Lee Cope, on Man of the Match. Read More

‘Boring the arse off young people!’

My heart always leaps with joy when Creative Arts East appears in my inbox asking me to photograph another event.  Since first commissioning me in 2014 to photograph ‘The Trench’, a haunting play set during World War I, I have been treated to a veritable feast of creative offerings ranging from the abstract to the simply wonderful.   Read More