It's all about the ride…

Nothing quite beats the joy of riding a bike. Whether it’s the feel of the wind on your face, the satisfaction of cleaning a tricky climb for the first time or the sound of well adjusted gears snicking into place, riding bikes is one of life’s uncomplicated pleasures. And, since 1996, I’ve been helping my commercial and editorial clients communicate this simple truth to their customers.

From initial concept to shoot planning, location scouting and post production, my goal is to ensure that my clients' creative vision is realised in original, engaging and impactful images. From the mountains of Nepal to the streets of New York, whether it's a simple product shot or a multi-day shoot for use across different platforms, it's my job to come back with the goods.

Because image matters. And if my images help inspire my clients' customers to put down their tablet or close their magazine and go for a ride… then my job is done.


What they say...

We've been working with Seb on the Ridgeback shoots for many years now and with good reason. Seb gets great results but more importantly than that, he fully understands our needs. He is also creative under pressure. Seb is totally reliable and professional and quite honestly it’s a pleasure to work with him.

– Toby Howes, head of design, Ridgeback Cycles

Seb is a pleasure to deal with. He's full of ideas, he makes things happen, and the finished product is always of the highest quality. This one's a keeper.

– Simon Collis, editor, Mountain Bike Rider

Seb is one of our most thorough and professional contributors. Every photo practically gleams with light. Whether it's a factory visit, a scenic adventure or an interview with an unknown star of tomorrow, we've been very happy with everything he's (punctually) turned in.

– Chipps Chippendale, editor, Singletrack

One of the foremost mountain bike photographers working today

– Matt Skinner, creative planning director, Shift Active Media

Seb has proven year on year that he has the passion, commitment and drive to continually deliver the goods

– James Blackwell, art editor, Mountain Biking UK