About me


(Read the bold to get your snapshot)


27. London based. Oxford born. Basketball obsessed. Former science teacher. Loves a camera. Passionate about education. Angry that homelessness exists. I believe youth are the future (obviously, but you get what i mean) . Extroverted. Perfectionist. Stubborn. I believe speaking, photos and videos are the best form of storytelling.  Told by multiple sources that I'm a nice guy.

Simple things are the best. I enjoy a good flat white (and a crisp pint on the weekend).

My best or worst habit (depending how you know me) is creating ridiculously big projects that give me sleepless nights, but are energising, worthwhile and potentially game-changing. My biggest challenge is trying to change the world and how it views 'doing good'. In 2020 my campaign Empathy Week reached over 200,000 students across 30 countries in 6 continents (the humble brag usually seen on a Wednesday morning LinkedIn post).

Check out Empathy Week which launched in February 2020.

All in all - I'm your normal guy who is a people person, enjoying the human element of work whether that's working with you directly, a big corporate or an independent entrepreneur - if you're trying to take on the world for good, I want to help! Everything created is bespoke and I don't fear reaching out to my other fellow creatives to get them on board with big ideas and projects.


I pride myself on my emotional intelligence, my ability to form trust and rapport quickly with another.




This is what enables me to capture great stories. 


In order to tell them you have to have the right person behind the camera as well as in front.


We all have a story to tell. Let me help you tell yours.


How empathy and sport can change lives - Keynote speaker at Youth Sport Trust 25th Annual conference, February 2020.