As well as running mindful photography workshops, courses and training, I take private commissions as a professional photographer within Stroud, Gloucestershire, the Cotswolds, Bristol and beyond.
I work in the fields of sustainability, the environment, and health and wellbeing, helping businesses and organisations look again and tell their story through photography.
I’ve been lucky enough to photograph many pioneers for a better future, from actor and campaigner, Jeremy Irons, leading British environmentalist and writer, Jonathon Porritt, three times Nobel Peace Prize nominee, Scilla Elworthy, CEO of Good Energy, Juliet Davenport, activist Satish Kumar, to Caroline Lucas and Natalie Bennett, former leaders of the Green Party.
Whether you want documentary photography of your events for marketing and PR purposes, profile photos for your organisation, or a book or more ambitious project, get in touch and let’s talk about how I can help you.
Based in Stroud, working mostly in Gloucester, Cheltenham, Bristol, the Cotswolds and Gloucestershire.
Pioneers for a better future
Rising Women Rising World, FemmeQ Summit, Berlin
Rising Women Rising World is a transformational organization that exists to inspire women AND men to pioneer new possibilities, rise to their full capacities, and build a world that works for all. At the first international FemmeQ Summit 140 people united from 15 countries. As a photographer and member of the Media, Arts and Creativity Constellation, I was asked to document this event.
The Art of Applewood – from Hospital to Homes
by Ruth Davey and Lis Parker, foreword by Kevin McCloud
The Art of Applewood charts the evolution of a much-loved piece of land in Stroud, Gloucestershire, once a derelict hospital, now a vibrant new community. The book tells the story of the Cashes Green Hospital and the local people who once worked there. More than a story about bricks and mortar, it captures the spirit of place, looking at the relationships between people, and a connection with the earth.