My passion for photography started some 10 years ago and hasn't stopped since. No formal qualifications, self taught after many hundreds of hours behind the camera and reading, learning and practicing again and again until i get it just right.

Finally following my dream and doing what i love most. I work with the latest Canon cameras and L Series professional lenses to ensure quality every time no matter what the brief from my clients. Everything through from capturing a commercial event to a full days wedding shoot i thrive on the challenge of getting the best images i can from whatever situation i find myself in. Thinking fast and always looking out for the unusual.

My connection with the world of Special Needs gives me an edge when asked to photograph a family member with Special Needs and an understanding and patience that make for a relaxed photo shoot.

I am the Chairman of my local camera club and enjoy nothing more than seeing new members achieve their own personal goals through tuition and practice.

 

Litte Hiccups, Leeds.

"Little Hiccups is a support group for families who have children with special needs. We have hired Dean several times to cover our events and also as a photographer for family photoshoots. His expertise with children with special needs shines through and he makes the shoots stress free and fun. The reviews that we get back from parents are always glowing with several saying they have never had a successful photoshoot before using him. We wouldn't hesitate to recommend him and already have him booked in for one of our upcoming events!"

Alison Ings

"Dean has amazing photography skills. He has done several photo shoots for us, school photo's, prom photo's and shortly, wedding photo's. Most recently he has travelled to France to do a shoot for us. He has great patience, humour and takes great care to meet the needs of all his client's, with exceptional outcomes. Dean has a wonderful affinity with disabled and Special Needs client's, derived from personal experience. I cannot recommend him highly enough."
 
Alison Ings MBE