People ask me how I felt when I stood in front of the mighty Mount Everest with my camera above 5600 meters. Pure exhilaration I always say. You overlook the pain your body has to cope with, the lack of oxygen because the view is worth it and I would happily do it all over again.

I bought my first camera, a film Kodak when I was 14. Little did I know back then that my greatest passions; photography, motor racing and travelling one day will join.
I have always been a keen traveller; I would go to extremes to capture the exquisite moments of Mother Nature. Other cultures, stunning scenery and faces fascinate me and with photography I like to think I take a little piece with me. From the deepest Cambodian rain forest to watching the sun rising over the tallest mountain in the world, my camera always accompanied me, a piece of machine that never let me down. It was during a trip in Japan a couple of years ago when I realized, photography was the only thing I wanted to do and I became conscious how much it meant to me. It feels natural and I couldn’t image my life without it.

I am a freelance photographer based in Wimbledon, London currently climbing the 7 summits, the seven highest mountains on each continent. Click on the 7 summits & Everest pages for more info.


International Sports Press Association (ISPA)
Sports Journalists' Association (SJA)
The Royal Photographic Society (RPS)
World Photography Organisation (WPO)

Past Exhibitions
27 January - 27 March 2014: Gallery at Ice, Windsor
23 December 2013 - present: Canvas Gallery Wimbledon. More details.
21 September 2013 - present: Coastal Gallery
4-10 June 2013: Wimbledon Village Hall Gallery. Opening evening 4th 6.30-9.30pm. More details.
October 2012 - April 2013: Art @ Kragga, Sweden.