I am a Shanghai-based freelance photojournalist who works regularly with top international publications. I am proficient in all aspects of the digital workflow and am comfortable using both natural and artificial light sources. In addition to this technical knowledge, I also have experience covering diverse subjects in difficult locations. I shoot with a clean style that results in captivating and easy to read images.


Speos Photographic Institute, Paris, France. 2004-2005
MFA with a specialization in photojournalism. 

University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada. 1995-2000
Bachelor of Arts with a major in philosophy and a minor in classical history. 


• Editorial clients: Time, Newsweek, The New York Times, The Financial Times, Travel and Leisure, Monocle, The Boston Globe, Le Figaro (France), Le Monde (France), Svenska Dagbladet (Sweden), Politiken (Denmark).
• Corporate clients: Lamborghini, Ferrari, Qoros, LVMH, Dior, H&M, Nokia, Seimens, Sephora, Auchan, Banco Santander, ExxonMobil, Ruder Fin, Wallenius Wilhelmsen Logistics, IMG Media, Intermarine USA, Sunseaker, Emerson Network Power.
• Contributed images to the 10th International Architecture Exhibition of the Venice Biennale.
• Completed a commission for the Cities Programme at the London School of Economics, which will form part of a The Endless City, an investigation of the future of cities, which was published by Phaidon. 


I have extensive photographic experience in Asia. I am comfortable organizing and carrying out shoots in demanding locations. Examples of such work include, covering the Maoist insurgency in India’s remote Chhattisgarh province and documenting the conditions of artisanal gold miners on the isolated Mongolian steppes. In addition, I have also traveled widely in Africa, Europe, and the Americas and have spent several years studying and working abroad.