Studied photography at the London College of Printing & Graphic Art. Was first employed as a Staff Photographer at the V&A Museum, learning how to light and photograph a wide range of art objects, including precious silver and gold artefacts, fine ceramics and glassware, paintings, tapestries and furniture, both in the studio and on location.

He moved on to run the Photographic Unit at the Centre for Educational Television Overseas. This included photography for educational training films which were recorded in TC1 and TC3, two of the BBC Television Centre's largest studios. Whilst at CETO, a major project was to spend some time in Khartoum, Sudan, where he designed and equipped the country's first educational television studio and trained the local staff in basic TV production techniques.

He later went on to set up the first in-house photographic studio in Educational Publishing for the Longman Group and also took on commissions for several other publishers, including Oxford and Cambridge University Presses.

Finally set up his own studio as an editorial, advertising, and architectural photographer. He has been commissioned by many national institutions and agencies, and his work has appeared in leading publications and books.

He has lectured in photography at Norwich and Harlow Schools of Art, and was commissioned as Photographic Consultant to the Open University.

He has won several awards from the British Institute of Professional Photography and from the Royal Photographic Society, and also has had works selected for the Royal West of England Academy's 1st Photographic Open Exhibition.

He has exhibited in France, Germany, and the UK. He has also had works selected for the Royal Photographic Society’s prestigious ‘Portfolio Two’ and ‘Portfolio Three’ books.

He now lives in beautiful SW France where he pursues his own personal photographic projects and also designs and creates limited edition art photo-books of his images.