Over the last 3 decades as a freelance photographer, I've worked for a diverse range of clients from the Dalai Lama to Bill Gates, from the Co-op Funeral Service to Total Oil.
I shot the last studio portraits of Roald Dahl, travelled with Rolf Harris on tour, and sped around France, Ireland, and the Sierra Nevada (among many other places) shooting travel pictures for HarperCollins and AA Publications.
Everything in between includes a spell of ten years as house photographer for the Edinburgh International Festival, countless conferences around the UK, and more CEO portraits than I can count. Publications have ranged from Doorstep (awaited eagerly each quarter by milkmen – and women) to the photography bible, Zoom.
I never advertise. New clients make a booking when an existing client recommends me as someone who can produce great results under pressure, and on time. That says more than a flashy advert that anyone with a laptop can create. You wouldn't hire the plumber with the biggest yellow pages ad, you’d call the one who’d done a great job for a friend.