Stormtrooper Limited Edition Prints

With the release of the latest Star Wars movie I am selling limited edition prints of my image simply titled "Stormtrooper'.

This image was taken on the streets of Manchester. A person dressed in a full Stormtrooper uniform was wandering the streets. From his body language he appeared distressed. I continued to follow him when he decided to settle on a bench. He was holding his head/helmet in his hands while shaking it in a disappointed manner. No one was paying attention to this surreal scene (which was odd) except myself and the man to the right of the image.


There will be 50 prints sold. Each print will be signed and numbered on the reverse side of the image. For more details please visit the ‘Prints’ section on my website. Please contact me if you have any questions regarding alternative print sizes.

In order to receive your print before Christmas the last day to order is the 20th of December. 




Launch of my online store

I have opened a store on my website to sell limited edition prints of my work. You can view all available prints on my site.

All images are created on high quality C-type paper with a Matt finish, which is a light sensitive paper designed to last. My collection features portraits, landscapes, street photography and work of my personal projects.


If you would like to view more images head over to my online store -  You will find more information about the images and print sizes. 

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I couldn't walk past. I could hear laughter from what I could only imagine were his friends as he sang in the same microphone as the old Caribbean busker. When I glanced away from the duo over to the crowd I realised they weren't laughing anymore, their laughter turned to awe. Their friend (if he was their friend) was an incredible singer. I stood and waited until he snag two more songs. I couldn't resist asking if I could take his portrait. 

Portrait - Manchester

Exploring Emotions

During the week I found myself eager to shoot some of my latest ideas for portraiture projects. I checked my calendar and contacted an actress who I have wanted to work with for some time now. Working with actors adds a different layer to a shoot. Some actors can tap into their emotions much more freely than others. Before Ruth (pictured) entered the studio my plan was to ask for emotion, which is another way of asking a subject to cry.


While Ruth was focusing on the emotion she decided to tap into, I started to think about the lighting.  I usually decide this before a shoot (or have a good idea of the light I want to use) but I wanted the lighting to compliment the mood created by the subject.

She was, quiet and patient throughout the entire process. My passive approach allowed Ruth to participate in a very direct fashion, which contributed to her own emotional narrative.

Thanks to Ruth for laying her emotions on so thick, and for trusting me to capture her raw talent.