Welcome to my website, here you will find galleries to view both my professional polo images and the more artistic Fine Art photograph portfolios.
I have been shooting polo action professionally since 2002. It’s an exciting sport to cover, forever presenting gripping and unexpected images; mallets entwined, split second connection of the ball, rippling muscles of the horses. The challenge I love to catch is this agility and magnificence of the players and horses in action. Building up an extensive photographic library of polo action from around the world, my images been published by many of the world’s best polo magazines and work has includes invites to photograph the most famous players, teams and Royalty.
Inspiration to produce Fine Art Photography images comes from the desire to combine my artistic vision, creative energy and passion for the subject to capture moments of beauty.
Horses and African wildlife are majestic animals to photograph. Although composition, light and the content which are all vital, I also aim to translate the emotions and magic experienced when creating an image to produce a captivating dramatic Fine Art Print.
A compelling Fine Art Photograph captures a special moment, often brief in existence. These images ultimately become as absorbing as reality itself, if not more so, not only as my immortalised memories but also to captivate and evoke emotion in others who share a love for the subject.
As with the polo action images, my Fine Art Prints have reached the far corners of the globe, including being gifted to royalty. While many people purchase these images purely for their own personal enjoyment, I also offer Limited and Special Editions for those who want more collectable photography art work that has the potential for capital growth.
If you wish to know more about my story visit the About page for my full artists bio.
All prints are produced on high quality materials, smartly presented mounted or framed and easily shipped worldwide – please just enquire.
‘Capture the moment, create the memories’