My creative way of living started as a kid when my Mum used to feed me cardboard and sticky tape, it has pretty much skyrocketed from there.

Later in life I channeled that creativity into a few core outlets. Primarily, Graphic Design, Photography, and Making.

I grew up in the heart of Derbyshire and spent many weekends rambling all over the Peak District.
I studied design before I went on to work at a print works, married my wonderful wife Hannah, I helped out at Nottingham Hackspace serving as a Trustee for 2 years, and worked for a London based web design company, before finally working for myself.

I have been working self employed for just over 4 years now, with over 8 years of industry experience and a whole host of personal creative endeavours.

I also help out at an original film lab based in Nottingham called The Photo Parlour, where you can often find me.

When I am not doing all of those things I can be found playing a bass I found in a skip, watching something Sci-fi, modifying and fixing old film cameras, or hiking in the Lakes.