My name is Steve and I am a photographer working predominantly in the Central belt of Scotland, I also undertake work in both Glasgow, Edinburgh and the surrounding areas.
Let me tell you a bit about myself; I served in the Military for ten years and had the amazing opportunity to photograph events, operations and produce portraiture work for individuals and military units around the world. In 2013 I decided it was time to pursue a career in photography, something that I love and am truly passionate about. The military taught me a lot of lessons, one of which was attention to detail. I dedicate time and effort to each set of images. I believe in quality over quantity and feel that this is demonstrated in my finished product.
Since 2013 I have produced photographs for local and national businesses, portraiture works for families with a new addition, weddings and on location photoshoots. I have a passion for travel and have been lucky enough to photograph some of the beautiful places I have been, both abroad and more locally in our VW campervan named Jaules. I am also a member of the Society of Wedding and Portrait Photographers (SWPP) and a member of the Society of International Corporate and Industrial Photographers (SICIP).
I thrive on working in high pressured situations where the end result is of great importance to those who I am working with. This means that when undertaking assignments you will have me working in a calm and professional manor. I like to take a flexible approach and let things go with the flow. I believe in unobtrusive photography, wishing to capture the story of the moment with all its raw emotion. I feel this is the best way to relax those who I am working with and ensure they receive quality images.
None of this would have been possible without the support of my family and friends. I have a wonderfully supportive wife who supports my work and everything that I do; whether this is making me cups of tea (milk and half a sugar) whilst I am working on projects or just being there for me when I have had a long day. She always puts a smile on my face.