My background in agency advertising began in London when I and my university friend James Sommerville founded the award-winning, $30M+/year grossing agency ATTIK. During my time, as Chief Creative Officer at ATTIK, I led the agency to have world-wide prominence with offices in Los Angeles, San Francisco, New York, Leeds, London & Sydney. As a director and photographer, I’m able to pull from my rich history of brand development, advertising, and graphic design to further elevate my work.
It’s a privilege to have Status Magazine write about me. It gives my work credibility and encourages me to keep pushing!
As a photographer, I capture movement and energy flawlessly, letting my subjects speak to the lens in the raw language of action and emotion. As a director, I additionally bring out a softer and more agile side; easily shooting comedy and dialogue or sleek and sexy car visuals is just part of my expertise.
I’m now offering my photography skills to NGOs in need of professional quality images and have already worked extensively with One Heart Worldwide, GG Conservation, Development Media international, California Wildlife Center, Care for Wild, and Fundacion Natura Bolivia”.
Among your works, which one is your favorite? Why?
As a photographer, I love that every project is different, and often there are new challenges and problems to solve. I take great pleasure in constantly trying to create new and different content. When I work with athletes, I love to capture them at their finest moments, which sometimes defy belief once you see the image, I’m always blown away by the athleticism of these guys. I have been lucky that so far most people put their trust in me to try new and creative things. Every shoot I do, I seem to have a new favorite shot, I don’t linger too much on what I have done but wonder how I could do it better next time.