Stephen is a UK based photographer and director with an obsessive hunger for the decisive moment(s). 

At university Stephen grappled with trying to work out if photography or film was the best medium for his creative ideas. 20 years later the irony isn’t lost on him with the blurred lines between the two disciplines now the industry norm.

Stephen now happily divides his time between the two disciplines.

His work has taken him all over the world from Everest base camp to the Nou camp, from the urban jungle to the depths of the Indonesian rainforest. Indulged in two months filming at the highest hospital in the world and afforded just two permitted minutes with the odd celeb.

A project for a toy company led to an introduction to working with children and that relationship has blossomed over the years and is now a big part of his work.

“Never work with children or animals they say… Well if I followed that rule I’d have missed many of my favourite ever days spent on set!

The innocence and energy in children is infectious and amazing to be around. Capturing it on camera is a truly wonderful and addictive experience not to mention a huge amount of fun. I can’t imagine a working life without kids. I absolutely love it".