My primarily focal point in photography is branding and corporate based photography, centring on people. Stepping in front of a camera can be daunting for many individuals, and the way we naturally a line ourselves in front of the camera may not truly communicate who we are and what we want to represent. With a in-depth understanding of body language and visual communication, my works strives to capture the narrative you want to tell your audience.


My Philosophy

When you think of human expression, to which part of the subject are you drawn? Most people are drawn to the face, specifically the eyes and – to a slightly lesser extent – the mouth. It is in the face that we pick up the most obvious emotional cues – sadness, happiness, anger, boredom, contentment, frustration, intensity. As students of human emotion know, however, true feelings are often conveyed by body language beyond the face.
Studying body language can be very helpful not only in broadening the way that you shoot, but in being more effective in your photographic storytelling, establishing mood, and heightening your own awareness of the way the moments you capture are likely to be perceived (even subconsciously) by your clients and/or audience. You can use this knowledge to direct your subjects or simply to aid in your observations and know when a moment is just right to illustrate your story or vision.

By understanding the human form in all it’s verities, together with can create meaningful images that connect on a deeper level with your client


Product & Lifestyle Photography

Styled photography that evokes the imagination of your audience

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Corporate Event Photography

Capture the moments that matter

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“Design is the body language of your marketing. Don’t slouch.” – Mark King.
Reach out today to discuss web design options in addition to your photographic needs.