• Liverpool Street station in monochrome

    Liverpool Street station in monochrome

  • view of London\\\

    I love London at night – top deck of the bus

    I love London at night – top deck of the bus

  • Park Live in the Olympic Park, London

    Park Live in the Olympic Park, London

    Park Live in the Olympic Park, London

  • Street art stencil by Findac near Brick Lane market, east London

    Street art stencil by Findac in East London

    Street art stencil by Findac near Brick Lane market, east London

  • Aquatic Centre in the Olympic Park, Stratford

    The amazing Aquatic Centre in the Olympic Park

    The amazing Aquatic Centre in the Olympic Park

  • Olympic Stadium in east London at night

    The Olympic stadium in Stratford by night

    The Olympic stadium in Stratford by night

  • a discarded coffee cup in a puddle, East London

    A coffee cup in a puddle, East London

    a discarded coffee cup in a puddle, East London

  • Bishopsgate and the Gherkin building, City of London

    Bishopsgate, City of London

    Bishopsgate and the Gherkin building, City of London

  • escalators at Waterloo underground station

    Waterloo underground station

    escalators at Waterloo underground station

  • Fleur de Lis alley in Shoreditch

    Fleur de Lis alley in Shoreditch

    Fleur de Lis alley in Shoreditch, East London

  • sunset at the ExCel centre with the O2 in the background, East London

    sunset at the ExCel centre, East London

    sunset at the ExCel centre with the O2 in the background, East London

  • Cloudy day at the O2 Arena, east London

    Cloudy day at the O2 Arena

    Cloudy day at the O2 arena

  • Streetart by Swoon in Shoreditch, East London

    Streetart by Swoon in Shoreditch

    Streetart by Swoon in Shoreditch, East London

  • A fabric baobab tree at the Southbank centre, central London

    a fabric baobab tree at the Southbank Centre

    A fabric baobab tree at the Southbank centre, central London

  • Vauxhall bus station by night, south London

    Vauxhall bus station by night

    Vauxhall bus station by night, south London

  • CCTV at Royal Bank of Scotland building, City of London

    CCTV at RBS building

    CCTV at Royal Bank of Scotland building, City of London

  • fulcrum sculpture at Liverpool Street Station, City of London

    the fulcrum sculpture at Broadgate

    fulcrum sculpture at Liverpool Street Station, City of London

  • Traffic light reflections at Broadgate Tower, City of London

    Traffic light reflections at Broadgate Tower

    Traffic light reflections at Broadgate Tower, City of London


  • paint spattered taps in Trinity Buoy Wharf

    Some paint spattered taps in Trinity Buoy Wharf

  • Shoreditch underground station

    Shoreditch underground station

    Shoreditch underground station


  • Fatboys Diner reflected in a puddle

    Fatboys Diner near Canary Wharf, reflected in a puddle


  • View through a moving train

    View of East London through a moving train

  • raindrops on the window of the DLR train

    raindrops on the train window

    raindrops on the window of the DLR train

  • streetart by Malarky in east London

    streetart by Malarky in east London

    streetart by Malarky in east London

London photography is my personal collection of photos that I’ve taken as I’m traveling around this amazing city. I love living in London and this collection represents the way I see things and the way I like to capture them in photos. I’ve got a self confessed love of escalators, late night travel, puddles, perspectives, architecture and street art – all of these feature prominently in this selection of images.

As a professional photographer, I’m obsessed by taking photos and whenever I see something that visually inspires me, I immediately start thinking about ways to photograph it – how the lighting looks, how best to frame it and create an interesting composition. Taking photographs while traveling around London in such a spontaneous way means that the weather or the lighting can provide additional challenges. I often have to make a mental note of a place or scene and visualise how I think it might look at a different time of day – creating a view of it in my mind’s eye. Sometimes these ideas are stored for weeks before I’m able to revisit a place, and sometimes they pop back into my head when I see a completely different location and work out even better than I expected.

Most of my work as a headshot photographer is done with a creative brief in mind and has some kind of structure to it, so this style of photography represents my alter ego – a chance to enjoy the freedom of taking photographs based only on the raw elements of a scene, with London as the backdrop.