As a teenager in the 1950’s from the East End of London it was a Brownie 127 camera that fired my passion for a career in photography. 

Starting work for The Press Association in Fleet Street I progressed to specialising in motorcycle photography and from there I secured a contract with Horse & Hound, the worlds leading weekly equestrian magazine, which over twenty five years or so has allowed me to cover just about every major equestrian event in the British isles and around the world including seven Olympic Games and six Wold Equestrian Games. 

Since semi retiring in 2012 I am still enjoying my photography but at a steadier pace. I hope enjoy my images.