Media Production and Film Photography

a professional photographer since 2005, simply put: I love taking photos!

From the moment I saw the first developed photograph that I took as a child back in the early ’80s my interest of all things photographic has steadily grown.

After graduating in Media Production and Film Photography for many years I operated a 24-camera rig at Europe’s most advanced motion capture studio. As affordable digital imaging came of age I decided that my passion for photography should turn into my career.

Over the years I’ve shot many weddings and other events as well as pack shots for products, unit production stills for film and aerial photography too, but the majority of my work centres around studio portraits and tuition, both as one-to-one as well as lecturing at colleges in Bedfordshire. I find it’s a great way for me to combine many of my favourite things: people, places, creativity and keeping up-to-date on new technology.

If you have a project in mind, would like some tuition on cameras or studio lighting, or would like to book a portrait session, head over to the Contact page and get in touch.

Specialist in portraiture

Specialist in portraiture – Executive, Family, Children, Graduation, Special Events, Pets, Boudoir, Glamour, and Portfolio. Artistic skills are among the best in his field. An award winning photographer, Im still considers his greatest achievement to be the thrill his clients feel upon seeing their portraits. He consistently achieves unique and artistic results while portraying his clients in the atmosphere they desire.

Specializing in photographing artwork, gallery installations, product and more.

With over 15 years of experience in various forms of photography, I am excited to combine my passion for art with my photography skills to provide a friendly, professional, and affordable service to anyone who needs high quality images of their work. 

‘The quality of your artwork is only as good as the quality of the photograph’

Artists know the importance of having high quality photographs of their work, especially when considering the expectations of galleries, collectors, and clients. The professional documentation of  your artwork is likely one of the most vital investments in your art. It is also an investment with a great payoff because the accurate representation of artwork translates into greater interest from galleries and customers.

Quality photography

Quality you can depend on.

First, please note that all of the slide show images on the website are compressed versions of the originals, meant to load fast on all browsers. 

You can be assured that the images you will receive are of high resolution and quality. 


Raw images are approximately 4,300 x 2,900 pixels captured with a professional digital SLR camera. 

For any digital use (viewing on computer screens), this is complete overkill, and this day and age, the majority of artist rarely use print versions of their artwork to submit to places. 

However,  these images can be printed at:

  • 300 dpi (outstanding print quality) up to 11 x 14 inches
  • 200 dpi (very good print) up to 21 x 14 inches

These are very conservative numbers.Invisible spacerIn reality you could print a billboard sized image from these files, and they would look fantastic since billboards are viewed from a distance. That said, there are larger format cameras meant for ‘copying’ work, especially paintings. These create enormous files that can be used to essentially duplicate paintings up to a certain size. That is not my mission, and 99% of artist do not require this.

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The images I create are between 20-40 MB and in PSD (Photoshop) format. Some artists just want these, some prefer a high quality jpeg. I can provide both.

The following is a link to some of the images shown on this website, but in larger size. While they give a better idea of image sizes, they are still compressed jpegs

fine art

I have been photographing on many levels for over 15 years. I have dabbled in fine art photography, weddings, concerts, portraits… you name it. 

Since I moved to Aarhus, Denmark I started taking photos of a variety of arts and crafts like sculpture, paintings, furniture, printmaking, and much more. 

It’s great to be able to see and deal with amazing art, and it’s gratifying to know that I can help a fellow artist document her/his work accurately. 

As a fellow artist, I look forward to helping you flourish and ‘make a living’ doing what inspires you.