I was born in London in 1991 and fell in love with photography when my grandfather passed onto me an old Fujica 35mm camera, I think I was eleven or something at the time. Coincidentally, it was around this time that I was developing an infatuation towards those BBC wildlife documentaries from the likes of Sir Attenborough. You see, I wanted to be the man behind the camera filming those lions, I'm pretty sure this is where it all began. I've found a deep love for nature and an intrigued view of modern society. I try hard to document both of these through photography, but most importantly, through my principle perspectives, and that's pretty much what I do today. After studying in Edinburgh, I obtained a Bachelor of Arts in Media Communication and Film, and shortly after, an honour in photography. I moved to Berlin in 2015 and now work within the field of photo research and visual communication as a lead editor with EyeEm.