London Panoramic Photographer


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It was a great privilege to be asked by digital production company, animal vegetable mineral, to help them bring Ai Wei Wei’s latest UK exhibition online for the Royal Academy.

The tours feature on the RA website, the BBC taster Website, and was produced in stunning 3D Stereo for the Samsung Gear VR and Google cardboard virtual reality glasses…

Inspired by the art works it was very natural to want to shoot the tour in stereo 3D, so I purchased two Sony a7 R2′s with Samyang 8mms lenses and a stereo atome panorama head from 360 precision. With expert help from Matthew Rogers (360 Precision), we were able to produce the most immersive virtual tour experience I have seen to date.

You can try the awesome tour here



It was an awesome pleasure to be asked to team up with fellow photographers Martijn Baudoin and Roelof de Vries, agency Media Monks and Google to produce this fantastic tour for Jumeirah, featuring the ‘world most luxurious hotel’, the Burj Al Arab.

You can visit the tour here‎


I had great fun working with Stink digital on Abbey Road Studios tour for Google UK. Congrats to all involved #InsideAbbeyRoad

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It was a pleasure to put on an Oculus Rift Demo for journos and sports dignitaries at Liverpool training academy who had come for the official launch of Furon and Visaro football boots from New Balance.

Users were given a virtual training experience with Aaron Ramsey or Adnan Januzaj, of course wearing the new boots.

The images above show behind the scenes of the setup. 2 Booths, 10 pc’s, 10 Oculus Rifts, and about 40 pairs of ear phones :)


We were honored to be asked to help Curve theatre realise a dream of being the first Theatre to put on a full 360 performance of a live show. We had cameras in the audience and onstage in order to gi e numerous vantage points of the action.

Without doubt the longest 360 video we have shot at 2 hours 20 mins, this project bought some unique challenges in production owing to the sheer size of the files involved.

It was released on youtube, for desktop and VR glasses and was available to view for 3 days only (because of rights). It really captured the potential of this medium in theatre allowing users to get closer to the actors than ever before, as well as give a glimpse of what it is like to be onstage.

It had a plethora of online press most notably from the Guardian Newspaper..

more here..