My Journey: From the UK press to making images in East Africa

I studied Photography at university and since graduating have had the opportunity to work in the photo industry, now for more than 10 years. 

From being on staff at Amateur Photographer magazine to wedding photography, I have had a broad experience.

Yet, my vision has always been to use the power of photography as a means to make a positive change in the lives of others. So, in 2015 I joined SIM as its image maker in East Africa. 

Through my time with SIM I have been realising the purpose in the images I make and the responsibility that comes with using a camera and sharing pictures.

I had wanted to put 'pen to paper' to express this journey and WEX Photographic gave me the opportunity to do so back in December through its photographer series called 'More than an Image'.

The article I wrote for WEX is just about the most personal feature I have ever shared.

To read the article in full, follow this link to where it is found on the WEX Photographic website