A Liverpool based photographer working extensively throughout the UK and beyond, I have a diverse portfolio. Delivering to my clients strong, high quality images, with my own recognisable style, every time. My portfolio includes portraiture, editorial, wedding, headshots, event, corporate and sport photography. With a wide range of influences on my work from Don McCullin, Dianne Arbus and William Klein to film director Stanley Kubrick and graffiti artist Banksy.
I’ve taken part in a number of exhibitions in the Liverpool area since 2012. Among them are: The Independents Liverpool Biennial 2012 group exhibition ‘Love or Nothing’ organised by TAG (Toxteth Art Group) and two solo exhibitions in 2013 including a well-received show at Headspace, The Egg Café, ‘Metropolis’ exhibited as part of Threshold Festival, Liverpool in 2014 and Contrasting Geometries for Threshold Festival 2015.
A regular contributor to Halcyon Magazine, the self styled “Pretty Good Men’s Magazine”. My work can be seen in articles featuring Sleaford Mods, Burgundy Blood, Dickies, Allah-Las, Maseo (De La Soul) and Mundial’s Oi Polloi style shoot.
An internationally selling artist, my work hangs in Italy, Norway and the United States (which is nice).
I’m currently working on a number of personal projects, including ‘Tough Love': A series of images focusing on the lives of those involved in the boxing scene. And ‘Urban Goals’ which started off as an idea to literally photograph ‘Urban Goals’ but this idea has quickly morphed into something more (watch this space to see how these develop).
Michael has taken part in a number of exhibitions. Notably the Independents Liverpool Biennial 2012 group exhibition ‘Love or Nothing’ organised by TAG (Toxteth Art Group). He also had two solo exhibitions in 2013 including a well-received show at Headspace, The Egg Café.
Currently working on a number of personal projects, including “Tough Love”. A series of images focusing on the lives of those involved in the Liverpool boxing community.
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