There are times when my job isn’t so great. Traffic. Late nights. Early mornings. More traffic. Hours spent in isolation staring at a screen. Missed meals. Yet more traffic. I have sacrificed a lot to pursue my passion, and running a business can often feel like a lonely job.

However, as challenging as it can be at times, I would not change my job for any other profession in the world. I have had the opportunity to travel to remote countries, meet and interact with peoples from all walks of life, and help encapsulate moments of huge significance for multinational corporations. And the journey continues, with a fresh set of challenges and opportunities to embrace as we progress towards the tail-end of 2020.

When I first began my foray into freelance photography on Fleet Street over 30 years ago I could never have guessed that it would lead to the career that I have been lucky enough to enjoy, and I cannot wait to see what opportunities the next few months bring.

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