Zopa Fintech

Zopa offer award-winning loans and investment products.  which have helped over 300,000 people in the UK. As pioneers in finance technology and P2P lending, Zopa are now working on bringing a next generation bank to the UK.

I was hired to help furnish the new recruitment portal and convey visually that Zopa is the best place to work in the UK Fintech sector.

Not not a standard finance company, they are more creative and relaxed. With a great office which overlooks the Thames in London Bridge.

Fidelity Investments Stills

Stills images taken alongside the motion portraits at Fidelity London and Hong Kong

Fidelity Investments - Motion portraits

Click on the video for an introduction to my use of motion portraits.

To see this technique used on the client's website: https://www.fidelityinstitutional.com/en/about-us/leadership/

GreenPark Business Centre

GreenPark is a 195-acre business development in Reading that offers both proximity to the capital and a relaxed parkland working environment. Pictures shot to establish the GreenPark's image bank aimed at expressing an environment characterised by simplicity and calm. The difficulty here was trying to create a coherent story while shooting in a range of different businesses on site.

The Royal Society of Arts

Cedar Communications needed a set of striking but sensitively shot portraits to document a conference held by their client, the Royal Society of Arts. I not only had to work without impinging on a live event but also had to deal with the challenge of shooting people in low light, and with them sat on a specially constructed lightbox-style stage.


Manpower – one of the world's largest recruitment companies – wanted a set of toolkit portraits that had universal impact but were also engaging enough to say 'real people'. To produce them I had to organise a shoot that involved 45 models, two stylists, a make-up team, lighting assistants and a live display link to the client in the US.

Gatwick Airport

These documentary-style images were commissioned to help promote Gatwick's attempts to win runway-extension rights away from Heathrow. The brief was to create the sense of a dynamic hub, and involved working in not only restricted areas including next to the runway, but also with the constraint that I had to shoot members of the public without needing to obtain model releases.


Global IT and networking company Cisco wanted to boost staff morale following a refocusing exercise that had caused significant structural changes. Shot in the UK and Switzerland, these images for online and internal communications were designed to accompany quotes from employees about their response to the company's new direction, and focused on expressing people's individual personalities.


The client needed informal images of its executives for the Corporation's annual report. Shooting in both offices and broadcast spaces at Bush House, I had to work quickly and within significant logistical constraints to produce portraits that made senior staff look natural and relaxed.