If you feel that your photography needs a direction, if you’re just starting out or you’re well established but think you are stuck, I may be able to help.

My bespoke, one-to-one mentoring, support and coaching service helps guide photographers to improve and evolve their work.

I offer the opportunity for photographers working mainly, but not exclusively, within a documentary or photojournalism tradition, to have their work constructively criticised and find a way forward visually. I can help with imaging, telling a story, editing, logistics and developing a project. You can see my photography here.

Hindu Bathing festival at Courtalam falls

I’ve lectured in many UK universities having written and taught the Photojournalism module for the Visual Journalism MA at Nottingham Trent University. In addition I have been a mentor with the DEVELOP programme for young photographers at the Photographers' Gallery in London.

I hold a PhD in History and a post-graduate certificate in Higher Education. I am an Associate Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (AFHEA). 

People I’ve worked with tend to stay in an orbit of meeting up in person, telephone calls and emails for a while as we work on things together.

I’m based (mostly) in the UK and prefer to work face to face but I do work regularly with people online (and have done extensively during Covid spikes).

I work in sessions of both ninety and sixty minutes chargeable according to your circumstances and what you need.

Click here to see some testimonials from people that I've worked with.

Get in touch and see if we might collaborate.