The Reds Go Marching On

The biggest clubs in the north-west have dominated both the domestic and European football headlines in the past few weeks, as Manchester City, Manchester United and Liverpool all strive to finish the season on a high. As a photographer, inevitably, the bigger (or more important) the game, the more painful the feeling of being at…

Four Seasons In Three Weeks

We’ve seen just about every different type of weather you could possibly think of in the last few weeks, yet the show, as well as the snood, gloves and hats, must go on…  

The Thrill Of It All

You might get rained on more often than you’d like, you might be at the wrong end for all the goals, or the incidents, or on the wrong side for the celebrations, you quite often have to spend hours upon hours in queues of traffic with red lights tailing away into the distance as far…

Route 66

On the 1st December, the biggest names in world football descended on the State Kremlin Palace in Moscow to witness the draw for the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia. Since the moment that last name was drawn out of it’s ceremonial acrylic fishbowl, I’ve been busy cementing plans for a 5-week trip to cover…

Best of 2017

Football is not what it was, we all know that. Veterans of the industry yearn for the occasional return of yesteryear, when muddy pitches, slide tackles and a good old sense of humour were all part and parcel of the game. But despite the changes we’ve seen, football remains one of the most emotionally-charged sports…

Star Wars: The Last Jedi (eBay)

Last month, I was commissioned to provide stills for a promotional clip to be used by eBay as part of the PR build-up to the release of the latest Star Wars film, ‘The Last Jedi’, which premiered recently in London. For those familiar with the film franchise, the clip revolved around a life-sized TIE Silencer…

Down On The Farm

Hannah and Ed asked me to photograph them with their son, Bob, on and around their family’s dairy farm in Shocklach, Cheshire recently. The style of the shoot was always going to be informal, but it turned out to be even more fun than I’d imagined! We went for a walk around the fields and…

A Stroll In The Park

As we head into the winter months, the euphony of rich red leaves descending from the branches of a vast, autumnal woodland remains one of autumn’s abiding memories. Grassland in parks across the country becomes buried under a palette of orange, red and brown, so what better to do with such photogenic surroundings than capture some portraits…

Since We Last Spoke

☑️ Football     ☑️ Photography     ☑️ Action     ☑️ Goals     ☑️ Celebrations     ☑️ Incidents ☑️ Features     ☑️ Fans     ☑️ Tattoos     ☑️ Trophies     ☑️ Stage Shows     ☑️ Sheepskin Coats It’s been a busy few weeks, both on and off the sidelines. The following pictures are all available exclusively via Offside Sports Photography…  

Steel City Derby

Hillsborough played host to one of football’s oldest rivalries on Sunday afternoon when Sheffield Wednesday came up against neighbours Sheffield United in a clash of the industrial titans. I’d never covered this fixture before now, and nothing could dampen my excitement of a trip across the Pennines to witness the famous Steel City derby for…

Terriers, Toffees, Devils & Foxes

The summer brought a change of scenery – Moscow rather than Middlesbrough, Kazan rather than Kidderminster – it was nice to get away. Our Russian experience was a surprisingly pleasant one,  but as with every break, a return to the office is inevitable. Pre-season matches were thrust upon me not long after I got home,…