I visually communicate stories about the natural world using photography, filmmaking and 360º virtual reality.
I have eight years of experience within the professional photography industry. In recent years I have broadened my skill base to work with a range of formats including 360º VR, digital 3D modelling and moving image.
I began my career at Tate Galleries where I spent three years working as a photography technician. I then returned to education at Falmouth University where I studied Marine & Natural History Photography BA (Hons) with the aim of focusing my work on nature and conservation. Since then I have produced work for several conservation and wildlife NGOs such as British Divers Marine Life Rescue, Sealife Trust : Cornwall Seal Sanctuary and the Cornwall Seal Group Research Trust.
I aim for the media that I produce to communicate educational messages for conservation organisations. With the hope that effective storytelling within immersive media can create a positive impact on the natural world.