2017 in Review

2017 is coming to an end, so it seems like a good time to share a few of my favourite shots from the year. I’d also like to express my gratitude for all the support and kind words over the past 12 months, thank you all. 

It’s been an amazing year for me personally and professionally. Early in the year I got the news that I had received the Sony award, which has bought an amazing amount of exposure worldwide. My winning photo has now been exhibited in London, Paris and Berlin, featured by major international press organisations, and published in numerous magazines & journals. It has been humbling to see the impact of something I never considered would go so far.

My personal life has been changed by recently welcoming our baby boy to the world, along with our house move to the suburbs. There maybe won’t be so many Birmingham city centre shots to come, but it will be a good opportunity for me to try out some new locations and photographic techniques. 

2018 won't be able to live up to this year, but I have got some exciting projects in the pipeline, and I’m looking forward to sharing something special with you next summer!

Snow in Sutton Park, Birmingham

We were lucky enough to get a deluge of snow in the West Midlands today, and it seemed like a great opportunity for me to get to know my new local park and shoot some wintry scenes. The place was magical, a true winter wonderland, made even more special by being able to follow a few Exmoor Ponies around for an hour. They were loving the snow! Here's a few of shots from the trip, hope you like them!