How he works (in his own words)
I spend a lot of time looking. Quite often I shoot with my camera tethered to a computer for greater accuracy and sometimes I shoot hand-held. I build spontaneity and drama into my pictures. I always work with an assistant and there is a team back in the studio, organising. I go to meetings, come up with ideas, visit locations and generally do what is necessary to make your project a success.
I am very experienced with working in difficult, noisy and dangerous places, you’ll find me climbing the side of a tanker 10 miles out at sea, at the top of a 200m tower, 850m underground or happily working next to a 30 ton molten steel pouring.