The most beautiful thing we can experience is the mysterious. It is the source of all true art and science.
— Albert Einstein

How long have you been into street photography? 

My first 'serious' session of street photography was in October 2013, in Paris. Everything else you see on this site is is from a handful of different holidays/trips, in which I instinctively shot while on the move. 

What do you look for?

The bizarre and the beautiful in the mundane, soul expressions and creative patterns. The deeper challenge for me is to capture all of these factors in single shots.

What do you shoot with? 

The Olympus EM5 and Fuji X-T1. Leica M on the horizon.

Have you Photoshopped any of the images? 

Nope, no image altering whatsoever. Adobe Lightroom 5 used for minimal edits.

The true sign of intelligence is not knowledge but imagination.
— Albert Einstein

Are you a professional photographer?

Yes, I'm a destination wedding photographer, voted the best in England for two years running.

Who inspires you? 

Photography: Bresson, Nacthwey, Vivian Meyer, Alex Webb, Matt Stuart, Roger Deakins to name but a few. Magnum, of course.

Humanity: Albert Einstein, Gandhi, Alan Watts and many others.

What's next? 

Visit cultures all over the world. Feel their streets, connect with the people and tell truthful stories with a creative twist.