My interest in photography started at the age of 14 when I received an old, banged up 35mm Ricoh SLR from a family friend. I immediately fell in love with " this piece of junk " and started to shoot everything that came in my way; spending all my paper round money on films, processing and accessories. I joined the school's camera club as soon as I could and it wasn't long before I started taking photos for the school journal.
I joined the South African Air Force in 1996 where I was trained as an aerial photographer. I spent a glorious 5 years in the Air Force, covering all aspects of photography. During this time, I also did a lot of freelancing and ventured on various fields, from weddings to studio to commercial photography
In 2000, being the new millennium and all, I decided to spread my wings and seek some international photographic experience. I opted to move to the UK and spent my first few years in London, working at a photographic lab and freelance in my spare time. This gave me the perfect opportunity to form my own photographic company, specialising in commercial and lifestyle photography.