My current role is very diverse, monitoring and controlling the safety of a large regional airport in the UK as well as assessing and managing risk across the airfield.
In addition to my aviation background I run a Photography business. I offer wedding, portrait and corporate services. My work has been published in Flight International Magazine, Local press and used by companies such as Air Tahiti Nui.
I endeavour to expand my knowledge and experience in both aviation and photography in the coming years.
- The Kings SchoolGCSE & A Leval, 1996 - 2001
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