About me...
I am photographer based in London who focuses on trying to capture local flora and fauna. Growing up I was fortunate enough to visit Africa on a number of occasions and from experiences with  it's wild inhabitants grew to love the natural world. I bought my first camera when I was in my early twenties and immediately my two interests combined. Nowadays I spend most of time time locally and I am passionate about the plants and animals found in my neighbouring Bushy and Richmond Parks. It is here that most of my images are captured, and I try to showcase the characters of these urban oasis. I harbour ambitions of returning to Africa with my camera to explore the natural world once more.
My gear...
Nikon Z6: recently I updated my body to a Nikon Z6 from a D800. I had wanted to go mirrorless for a while to give me a more compact and lighter weight option...and I love it.
 
Sigma 150-600mm f5-6.3 (C): for most of my wildlife images I use my big Sigma. It might not be the best telephoto on the market but it has served me excellently. 
 
Sigma 150mm f2.8 Macro: It might be a bit heavy for a macro lens, but it's probably my favourite lens. Shooting insects is difficult enough, so this excellent lens is perfect for keeping enough distance between me and my subject.
 
Laowa 25mm f/2.8 (2-5x) Macro: my most recent purchase was this extreme macro Laowa lens. I wanted to try to get even closer to some of my subjects to highlight their details. It's a trick lens to master but it's great fun.
 
Sigma 1.4 Teleconverter: A more recent purchase to complement my macro lens, this little converter gives me just enough additional reach to avoid disturbing my more sensitive subjects like butterflies.