Aviation Photography

I’m proudly a complete geek about all things aviation and technology and visited my first Airshow when I was 11 years old and fell in love with aviation. Being in a technical role all day, I soon found a passion for a more creative hobby and joined a photography group. In 2018, I finally attended an airshow for the first time in 7 years (RAF Cosford Air Show 2018). It was then that I found my love for aviation photography which continued to grow. Two more airshows (Southport and Flying Legends) in 2019 continued to inspire me. 

Then came 2020. The year started well with a visit to the RAF Museum Cosford for my first aviation night photoshoot. The event, run by Threshold.aero, was a great success and a photo I took there continues to be one of my favourites. March to September was lacking in opportunity due to the COVID-19 lockdown. In September 2020 I attended a night shoot at Shoot Aviation at White Waltham airfield, again a Threshold.aero event. An unplanned visit from Hurricane R4118 led to the best photo of the year, the stars aligned and it was perfect (to me anyway!)

In 2021, the Centre Of Aviation Photographers launched its membership programme. I immediately registered as a member. From then onwards, I have met some inspiring fellow photographers and continue to improve my work. I post regularly on my Instagram, but I’m also posted to this site to maintain an archive albeit not as regularly.