I’m really lucky to do what I do. In my early twenties, I started out by shooting action sports for the UK and European ski and snowboard magazines. At that time, I balanced a life of working as a freelance chef in the Alps while building my portfolio. Around my mid to late twenties I eventually went fully professional. I still get really hyped when I see my work in print or used in adverts - it’s what still drives me today. Shooting action sports soon led on to working with global brands producing campaigns and taking a more commercial stance. Now based in London, my work is pretty varied. But a commission this year was certainly a career highlight, after a 12-month project documenting GB Park & Pipe (the British Olympic ski and snowboard team), I joined the crew as they completed in the South Korean 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang. It was an honour to be there and to document the team winning Bronze medals for the men’s snowboard Big Air and the women free-skiing in Slopestyle. It was a dream come true to photograph these events. I really wouldn’t want to do anything else apart from create new and exciting photography.