Too many people underestimate the power of original photography. It can be compelling the the perfect accompaniment to the stories that you are trying to tell.

Stock photography is expensive, it can often look outdated, out of context, and irrelevant – that’s why many media outlets request original photography to support a news story. That is why a full photo library can help raise your profile online and in the media, and they can also be used for reports, marketing materials and so much more.

Commissioned portraits will give you an edge if you are an individual trying to create a buzz. A collection of high quality photographs will mean you will be able to provide news outlets and organisations with photographs that tell your story, reveal something about yourself, and they will encourage them to highlight you as they’ll save money on commissioning their own photographs.

I provide a range of photographic services, including portraiture, event photography, and the creation of bespoke photo libraries.

My photography has featured in publications such as the Daily Mirror, The Skinny, The Selkie, the Newbattle Abbey tourism website, Book Week Scotland promotional materials, and many more.

Take a look at my portfolio for examples of my work.