Going back, I had no real reason to get into photography, I never saw myself as creative or artistic.
I used to ride BMX and MTB at an OK level, when we used to ride our bikes, my friends and I always wanted photos of what jumps we had jumped and the tricks we had done.
I soon found that because I understood how to capture the right angle to show off the trick at its best, my photos were good and timed well compared to most others.
I backed away from riding bikes due to the fact I travelled a lot with my work and was no longer able to maintain a solid level of riding confidence.
This lead to me gaining a lot of weight.
I through a friend got introduced to a PT, (my good friend Adam who runs OTE) he transformed my body and my confidence. It was eye opening.
I soon realised I would love to help people capture their transformations.
It took months of practise and learning more about posing and body types.
But, here I am today, travelling the world and capturing many peoples journeys through fitness and body building.
I’m so incredibly grateful for the opportunity I have made, it’s allowed me to finally be fully me.
I love it.