I am a London-based portrait photographer, shooting portraits of musicians, sports stars and all sorts of talented folk in locations across the nation and worldwide. It's a great gig.

I'm a Hasselblad Ambassador and shot the campaign images to launch the new H6D.

In June 2017, I exhibited my project shot in Lesotho - The Herder Boys of Lesotho, at the White Space Gallery in London. It was a hit and I've never been prouder of my photographic output.

My latest project, Eldmodur, documents the correlation between the brutal yet darkly beautiful landscape of Iceland, with their athletes' incredible capacity for success in the sport of crossfit. I've published a portfolio of images in magazine format and you should get one, you really should.

In 2016 on the longest day of the year, I stayed up for 40 hours and shot a portrait per hour from midnight to midnight, for a project called The Longest Day. We made a nice film about it and printed a newspaper too. Worth a look I would say.

I'm a member of the House of St Barnabas, and proudly shoot portraits of their graduates, team and guest speakers.

I've exhibited at agencies Mother and Publicis and the Gibson Showroom in London. I was also accepted into the 2015 Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize with my image of Gilbert and George and the 2016 Open Series in the AoP Awards for my work with Riders For Health in Liberia.

There's more project work, self-initiated and self-funded, on the way and you're likely to hear about it via my blog (and Twitter/Instagram @tommyophoto) first I'm sure, alongside other inevitable proclamations of self-interest.