I started taking photographs at the age of fourteen, quite simply for my own enjoyment and as a new hobby that I was keen to learn more of. The amount of pleasure that I then got from it all made me want to develop my skills further, and I began on a path that I've never looked back on...
My main photography scope is to recreate bygone scenes of Britain's railway heritage, sights that were once consigned to the history books. This is something that I feel very passionate about and when I turned sixteen in 2017 I started volunteering on the East Lancashire Railway on one of their Stations, and worked my way up to becoming a Guard shortly after my eighteenth birthday in 2019, a thoroughly rewarding hobby to have in my spare time to keep our important heritage alive.
I'm very lucky to be based in the Rossendale Valley, with some gorgeous walks and scenery on the doorstep whilst also being close enough to venture over the hill to the Yorkshire Dales and adjoining counties, to visit some of my all time favourite beauty spots. The sense of being in the 'here and now' is never greater than when I'm out photographing wildlife and tranquil scenes that our landscape has to offer.
Throughout all of my work I strive to capture new locations, different angles and undiscovered territory in order to come away with a unique and memorable image that others have not done before. This has meant discovering some beautiful places and hidden gems that I simply wouldn't have ordinarily found had it not been for my photography.
Overall, being able to combine my passions has just been incredible. With images reaching a global audience, publishings in magazines and newspapers and a greatly appreciated social media following too. I've felt so humbled to have had the response to my images, and I cannot thank each and every one of you enough for taking the time to visit my website.
Should you have any enquiries whatsoever then please do not hesitate to get in touch by heading to my contact page.