Photographer. Writer. TBI survivor.
Photography has been stitched into my life for as long as I can remember. From architectural road trips with my father making autoroute images from the back seat of a Citroen GS to the front row hubbub of the international Fashion runway shows I’ve taken pictures almost as long as I’ve ridden bikes.
Londoner turned country dweller turned rural French, until recently I could likely be found leaning out of a car following two wheels down an alp through a viewfinder, or turning chainrings in the foothills of the my now native Pre-Pyrenees. Then one day on a local col everything changed in the pull of a brake lever and a year spent in hospital taught me the importance of understanding perspective. Against unbelievable odds I survived and continue to recover miraculously, even turning pedals once more on a static bike trainer and looking through a viewfinder occasionally.
Things are different now but I’m still often on pedals, always with camera and ideally with friends.