About

About Me

My Story

'There are always two people in every picture: the photographer and the viewer'

I’m Alex and I’m an award-winning photographer, mental health awareness advocate, husband to an amazing wife, and father to a beautiful daughter. Currently based in the beautiful Worcestershire countryside, I photograph all over the UK and anywhere in the world.

I first took up photography as an alternative approach to managing my mental health, and it quickly became apparent I had a genuine passion for photographic storytelling; through which my love of street and documentary photography was born.

Years later I feel incredibly fortunate that I get to work as a full time professional photographer as well as sharing my photographic journey at events and photography conventions around the UK.

And when I’m not working or spending time with the family, I love nothing more than to go out and shoot the streets.

Gallery

Gallery

Collection of documentary, street & travel photography
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Projects

Projects

A collection of personal and comissioned projects
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Events

Events

Upcoming events and talks
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When it comes to equipment I am a huge fan of the Sony Alpha system and have been shooting solely with their cameras and lenses since 2018. The Sony Alpha cameras are fantastic and their size and performance suit my style and approach perfectly.

I am also honoured to have been given the opportunity to work with Sony UK as one of their Alpha Creators. This includes delivering talks and presentations for Sony at photographic events and conventions all over the UK about my approach to documentary and street photography using the Alpha system.

As well as giving talks for Sony UK I have also spoken several times for The Photography Show at the NEC in Birmingham.

Presenting a photographic society talk for Sony UK (pre covid)

Speaking on the Social Stage at The Photography Show 2019

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Please feel free to reach out about any potential projects or talks you'd like me to be involved with.

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