Originally from Shropshire, Andy’s interest in image making sparked from an early age. When not on his BMX or in the garage fixing one, he would be drawing, painting and creating. This interest, in turn, lead to a lifelong passion and the mastering of his photography through study, until graduating from his MA course.
Since then he has continued to hone his practice both commercially and through personal projects, winning a couple of industry awards. Alongside this he has worked for some years as a Senior Photography Technician at Birmingham City University, educating students in the craft.
Andy now resides in Cheltenham, and when not working can be found rambling or cycling around the Cotswolds, and in the brewery just around the corner. He continues to enjoy traveling all over, working on both personal and commissioned projects.
He would describe himself to be passionate about storytelling and fascinated by people. His work would be predominantly documentary and portrait based, with an interest in subculture and community, exploring themes of identity through environments, space, and people.
Represented by Lisa Pritchard Agency
Publications & Features
Creative Review, Marie Claire, The Epoch Times, The Scotsman, Noisey, Professional Jeweller, Revolution Magazine, Vimeo Staff Picks, Grolsch Film Works – Vice, Archive Collective
MA Visual Communication, BCU 2014 – 2016
BA Hons Visual Communication, BCU 2006 – 2009
Creativepool – Judges Choice Award 2016
Creative Review Photography – Annual Best in Book 2015
PHORM presents Circus, Spaghetti Junction / Dig Brew Co, Birmingham 2018
We’re Still Here, Argentea Gallery, Birmingham 2018
PHORM presents BHX’IT sponsored by Carhartt WIP, Birmingham, 2017
IN:SIGHT, Summer 17 Exhibition Castle Galleries, Birmingham, 2017
RBSA Photographic Prize Exhibition, RBSA Gallery, Birmingham 2017
Fertile Ground, Argentea Gallery, Birmingham 2017
IN:SIGHT, Summer 16 Exhibition, Castle Galleries, Birmingham 2016
Tabula Rasa, Boxxed, Birmingham 2015
Baba Namdev Marg, BCU, Birmingham 2014
Brazil to Digbeth, The Custard Factory, Birmingham 2012