– What’s your current setup, what gear could we find in your bag on a given day?
“Crammed into my camera bag is a Canon 5D mkIII with a Canon 16-35L and a Sigma 50mm, 2 wireless flashes, a Canon 300D with a 50mm, an Olympus mjuii and other essentials like spare film, tape, business cards, scran and filters.”
– When it comes to photography, what grabs your interest? Is there a certain aesthetic you are striving for or do you prefer to shoot stuff as it happens, on the fly?
“I love shooting things on the fly that really capture the moment as it happens, usually for this kind of photo I shoot on film.
I also like properly planning and setting up for a shot, when I do this I try to make my images as interesting, different and challenging to capture as I can.”
– Do you have a favourite kind of spot to shoot photos at? Or favourite tricks?
“My favourite spots are unusual, I like finding spots that haven’t been ridden and then getting people down to see what they can do. Recently I had Aaron Haywood barspin out the side of an abandoned mill, which was awesome.”
“I think my all time favourite spot is the 50ft radar dishes which I hit with Louis Robinson and Lee Hebb, it was nuts watching them fly from dish to dish. Next on the cards is a set of disused cooling towers with a couple of banks at the side, if anyone reading this wants to hit that with me feel free to hit me up… I’ve got a feeling the results will be insane.”
– Finally, any shout outs to be given?
“Large ups to all the riders I’ve worked with in the past, big shoutout to Leanne and the team at beast rampz and shoutout to Emerson for driving my ass to shoots before I got a car.”