Your own personal MTB photographer?
I’m yours to help capture those moments that keep you buzzing to be on a bike, maybe it’s the GBU road gap or riding roots on the red trail. This can be on a 1-2-1 basis or with a group of mates, whichever you prefer. As long as you’re enjoying it and having a laugh, that’s what matters most.
How long have you been taking photos?
I’ve been a professional photographer for over a decade now shooting MTB right through to onstage at Download Festival.
How did you start taking MTB photos?
I started out by heading over to PORC which was the local bike park near me. It was there I met riders such as Ben Deakin, Harry Molloy, and Josh Lowe so we’d take photos and hang out. Then I started heading to races in Wales and also filming promotional videos for riders. After a stint of living abroad and city living, I’m back on it.
Why do this for riders?
I simply do this out of a passion for the sport and getting to hang out with other riders for the day talking about biking.
What ability of rider do you photograph?
From complete beginner to pro.
What can I expect from shooting with you?
It’s your day so we can capture those drops, jumps, corners whatever it might be that gets you buzzing to be on a bike.
Do you shoot solo riders or groups?
And the cost/availability/location/length of the shoot?
Below are some various options for booking our day together. I shoot on the weekends and I keep it local to Forest of Dean. A small percentage of your booking fee (£5) will go to Dean Trail Volunteers who build and maintain the trails at Cannop. I’m on the DTV committee and they do an incredible job keeping the trails running year-round for the thousands that visit.
Once payment is made we’ll arrange a date that works for you.
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