Contact & About Me



I’m from Stratford-upon-Avon England. I’m Aspergic and was a hoarder of things I found interesting. I found photography by way of my Grandad who was a hobbyist. He went on trips to exotic places for his work.


I photograph for myself, for people in 4000 years and in order to start a conversation. I literally want to see the Vikings so that’s what I’m trying to do for people in the future.


There are issues I feel are being overlooked so I’d like to bring attention to them and create a conversation.


The long term project I’m in the early stages of is called ‘Living Differently’ which is about people who choose to leave society. It will be presented as a series:


Living Differently Pt. 1 The Delany Family: A family of alternative travellers, who were part of the original Punk movement, left society in favour of following what they saw was a healthier way of living, mentally and physically.


Living Differently Pt. 2 Benedictine Monastic Life: While they are more connected with society, they are still Living Differently, just in a different way. The number of monks and nuns is dwindling here as not many people in the UK are becoming either, anymore. I will visit monks and nuns around the UK to tell their story. St. Benedict, whose teachings the Benedictines follow, was unhappy with the way Catholics at the time were interpreting the ‘word of God’. Therefore, he left to live as a self-sustaining hermit where people found him and created a town around him and his teachings.


People I have worked with




Warwickshire Search and Rescue

Swan Rescue Stratford-upon-Avon




A Fine Tattoo Establishment

Ashgate Publishing

The Benedictine order of the Roman Catholic Church

The Bird Group

European Science Foundation's project PALATIUM

Holy Trinity Church Stratford-upon-Avon

Jarrold Publishers

King Edward VI School

Metal Wave Promotion

Paxton And Whitfield

The Perry Lithgo Partnership


Pivotal Education/Pivotal Podcast

The Publicity Connection

Society for European Festival's Research


Stratford Town Radio

Stratford Town Trust

Stratford-upon-Avon Herald

Stratford-upon-Avon District Council

Stratford-upon-Avon Town Council

TeachMeet London

The Friends of Shakespeare's Church

Trustees of King Edward VI School

Webinar Quick Tips

XCOR Space Expeditions

Yes (band)

Yes Music Podcast


Public Figures:

Nadhim Zahawi

David Bradley

Tony Bird

Jim Hooper

Yousef Kerkour

Cyril Bennis

Ian Fradgley 


My Books:

Life In Stratford-upon-Avon (Working on)

Living Differently Series (working on Pt.1 and Pt.2)

Film Noir Finals and Credits (unpublished)

Six Small Churches (unpublished)

Swan Keeper (unpublished)


Published Work:

Portrait of 2nd Coxswain/Mechanic Adam Ferguson in the engine room of an all-weather Trent class lifeboat in Eyemouth, Scotland used on RNLI Instagram post - February 2017

Advert for Holy Trinity Stratford-upon-Avon Church new children's choir Trinity Voices - February 2017

Postcards of home communion to send to those in the Stratford-upon-Avon District who may need home communion - December 2016

Portrait of Cyril Bennis for XCOR Space Program talk at the Millennium Theatre - September 2016

RNLI towing a fishing boat, 5 images - RNLI Eyemouth, Scotland press release - 11th August 2016

Video presented as lead talk for the Mons Belgium European city of culture 2016 organised by the European Science Foundation's project PALATIUM, Society for European Festivals Research

Warwickshire Search and Rescue - 7 documentary images used from training and press day - October 2016

Film Noir Man in Suit - Dark Beauty Magazine 17th June 2016

Beauchamp Chapel St Mary's Warwick and Holy Trinity Stratford-upon-Avon Chancel - A Taste For History-History and Conservation at Holy Trinity Church, Stratford-upon-Avon-Ronnie Mulryne 2015

Portrait of RSC actor Jim Hooper-Black Swan restaurant Stratford-upon-Avon 2014

Front cover and several inner images - The Guild and Guild Buildings of Shakespeare's Stratford-J.R. Mulryne 2012

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