We take a step into my past today. Not just yesterday either, cos those pancakes had their repercussions and let me tell you it isnt nice. This is from 18th December 2007, My last official day in the Royal Air Force. From that day on I wanted to live the dream, grow my hair and be in the same country as my family and friends for most of the year. I guess you could say I am living that dream, unfortunately paycheques aren't there when i awake.
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A little about me....
In December of 2002 I inherited a Nikon F801S from my Grandfather. From that day on I wanted nothing more than to be able to produce and be recognised for producing beautiful work and this was to be my medium.
I left the Royal Air Force after nearly 6 years of service and moved back to Northern Ireland where I now reside in the middle of the Co. Down countryside with my sugarmomma, moral support and girlfriend Kerry.
During my time in the RAF I travelled extensively, giving me the opportunity to photograph the War torn Iraq and Afghanistan. Whilst in the UK I was photographing a multitude of subject matter from the Custom and Modified Car Scene to "Light Painting" with the renowned Michael Bosanko.
My work has been featured in multiple automotive publications and websites and I have recently been commissioned as a documentary photographer following the progress of "TEAM IRELAND" on their journey from the North Coast of Ireland to the Bonneville Salt Flats in search for a Land Speed Record in the 36hp challenge.
My passion for photography grows with every click of the shutter and with the new year upon us, I give everyone who reads this my word that I will not give up at chasing this dream. I may not become wealthy or famous, I may only just get off the starting blocks. However I am doing this for me, and the legacy of doing that is enough for me.