18 years of
Nomadic Media is a Photography and filmmaking business with an aim to help give exposure to local businesses around the world. Telling stories that most might not be aware of, showing cultures and their people in different ways and provoking emotion through the storytelling of global issues. There is no job too small, and no job too big. So if you have a story wanting to be told, please do not hesitate to contact us as we want to hear all about it and to share it.
I guess you are here to know a bit about me then?
Born in London and lived in Hertfordshire until the ripe age of 20. After circulating through many ideas of what career route I wanted to follow (Including a Dolphin trainer) I finally found an interest for photography. Because clearly I never wanted a normal career, I then found a University degree studying in BA Marine & Natural History Photography. Through this course I found a deeper love for wildlife, conservation efforts and taking images and creating short films about subjects that truly matter in life.
Just like a wise teenager once told me from my favourite film, "Life moves pretty fast. If you don't stop and look around once in a while, you could miss it." - Ferris Bueller
Born and raised in Stoke on Trent, England. It wasn't until I found photography at the age of fifteen when I was made school photographer in high school, that I found some confidence in myself and found a passion for what I do. I went on to study Photography, Media Studies and Graphic Design at College in Newcastle Under-Lyme before furthering my knowledge and completing a degree in Marine and Natural History Photography at Falmouth University.
Now entering reality my aspirations are to find the stories locally and globally that will inspire others and expose the efforts charities and small businesses do to make the world a better place.