Yeh, nice. 11.03.18

Been a while since i've done one of these. I'm in the process of building my video rig so this time it's all about visuals. 

Haven't been this impressed by a documentary for ages. Been following the situation in Flint, Michigan through some friends from there. The story behind it all is enough to make this show fascinating and to add to it the cinematography is so impressive. Getting the shots they did in the situations they're in. Think Cops but with an actual story and shot like a movie.  

2. Three Billboards outside Ebbing, Missouri. Maybe an obvious one but this film made me think, was strangely heartwarming and is shot beautifully. Acting is next level. A short review but basically just watch it. Two thumbs up! 

3. James Blake  - If the Car Beside You Moves Ahead

This video <3<3<3

hope you watch and love all of these as much as I do. Look out for some video from me in the coming weeks/months. 



Balios Umbrellas

Shot for Balios Umbrellas look book Autumn 2017. The brief was pretty simple... London. 

Miss Gatehouse

Decided to share a bit more of the work I've been doing on my blog. Here's a few images shot for clothing brand Miss Gatehouse online. 

Observation & Reflection

Shot on a cloudy day in East London in digital and 35mm. 

Sutherland, Scotland

Every year we go to Scotland for an escape from life in a city that doesn't let you have a moments peace. London can be the best but I feel like I need these trips with no phone signal or internet for a week to reconnect and refresh. It's nearly impossible to ignore notifications and emails unless you have no choice. On top of that the fresh air is so revitalising, it's really on my mind how polluted our air is and being in the middle of a forest on top of a hill in the middle of nowhere I can really feel the benefits.  Mountains, forests, rivers, lochs, beaches, oceans and a tonne of rainbows. I'd recommend the Scottish highlands to anyone.

Summer's Not Over Yet

To fight away the dreary mid summer days I decided to bring out a new series of books and prints. All available to buy now from my store!

Some classic A6 pocket notebooks with lined and plain paper and a limited run of 100 page perfect bound A5 notebooks with super thick paper. 

Along with a set of 3 12" x 18" prints to celebrate the brightness of summer. 


fire on the summer solstice

On the longest day of the year which also turned out to be the hottest I met Nicola for a super quick shoot in Stratford. It was perfect weather for some colour.

Model: Nicola Matear.


In what has been one of my favourite projects, I've been working with Slowlights on an ongoing basis since February this year. From promos at 5am on the coldest morning of the year to their biggest live show to date. Getting creative on the design and videography front is a massive bonus for me too.  I would love to get involved with more campaigns like this but it helps that I'm totally into the music too!

It's been a lot of fun and I'm looking forward to continuing the journey. 


The new I Try So Hard EP is out now on Spotify. Check out the video ad for the ep below and have a listen in full here
 I Try So Hard single cover.

I Try So Hard single cover.

 I Try So Hard EP cover

I Try So Hard EP cover

Short video ad for the new ep

Ocean projections

Sometimes I just have a million ideas going through my head. Luckily people like Ocean are willing to let me shine all of those ideas directly into their eyes at once. 

Here are the results...

Model: Ocean Navarro. 

A little bit of red and a little bit of white.

There are studies confirming that high amounts of pink colour can have a calming effect on the nerves and even create physical weakness in people. Although, overexposure to the colour may have the opposite effect...

Some quotes from popular theologians

“Pink isn't just a color it's an Attitude too!” - Miley Cyrus

"Right, right, turn off the lights
We're gonna lose our minds tonight"
- P!NK

Always a rad time shooting with Hayley Ku'unani. 


Had a great time shooting Celine and learning about Vogue. It was one of those amazingly bright days we had in March. London has magical light on our occasionly sunny days, the unlikeliest places often offer the most. Some of the shots below. You can follow Celine and see more of her Voguing at

LTA/YG european tour March 2017

Some of my favourite shots from the LTA tour in March. I'd do it again in a heartbeat. Touring with friends is the one. Playing shows at night and taking snaps all day 10/10

Yeh, nice. 23.02.17

Sorry it's been a while since I've posted something. I decided 2017 is gonna be my year so I've been working myself super hard to make all my dreams come true. That comes at a cost, especially when a big part of your work is coming up with ideas. Some days it can be like there is literally nothing going on in my mind, maybe a couple of moths flying about a tumbleweed. Then other days it's like there's too many ideas floating about and I can't quite catch just one to make it a fully fledged thing. I obviously prefer the latter so I find it important to take a break from my own work to get some inspiration from others. Here's a few things that have turned my head this week.

Spent a Sunday at the Tate with my partner in love, life and inspiration, Zoë. Finally went up to the viewing platform and inadvertantly watched the strangest of families play out a dramatic and bloody episode while we ate cake.


1.) Wolfgang Tillman 2017 at the Tate

currently exhibiting at the Tate Modern. I'll be honest although I knew some of his work I wasn't very clued up on Tillman.. I wanted to go to the radical eye exhibition which I really enjoyed and will talk about shortly but Zoë wanted to see this exhibition. It turned out to be my favourite part of the day. It's nice to be surprised by something you're blissfully unaware of. Having someone that pushes you to see new things is a gift that I'm so grateful for.

From huge images taking up a whole wall takes your brain a moment to figure out what is going on to abstract colour work and photographs of some of life's simple things that are often ignored. Here's a selection below although to get the best out of them go to the exhibition itself and see them covering the walls. None of these pictures are mine fyi. 


2.) The Radical Eye

A photographic collection belonging to sir Elton John that is normally covering every inch of the walls in his fancy apartment. It shows a history of photography and techniques used by artists in the early 20th century. Techniques we're so used to having at our fingertips in photoshop but would have required skills and knowledge that are way beyond me at that time. An important reminder that everything doesn't have to follow rules and that boundaries should be pushed at every occasion. The classic argument that there is no wrong or right in photography. If it feels right to explore, then do so. 


3.) Abstract: The art of design.

its been a while since I've watched something as inspiring as this series on Netflix. I obviously watched the photography episode first and while Platon is a gifted portrait taker but it didn't interest me as much as I thought it might. 

However, despite just having an appreciation rather than love for architecture, interior design, stage design and illustration I found those episodes to be completely mind blowing and fascinating. Focusing more on the people themselves over the details of their field of work, it's amazing to see their journey to where they are today. There's not much else i've seen recently that will get you fired up to work for yourself than this series. Check the trailer below.


For now i'm about to board a bus to get a ferry to drive to Belgium. Hopefully i'll have plenty of time for exploring on this trip.