I qualified as a clinical photographer in 2005 and joined Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust in 2015. In my current role I am a senior clinical photographer working across several sites: St Luke’s Hospital, Bradford Royal Infirmary and the new Bradford Macula Centre.
My main role is clinical photography; the recording of clinical conditions presented by patients which is used for diagnosis or teaching. I am also an ophthalmic photographer and use specialist equipment to create detailed images to support the diagnosis, research, and treatment of a range of eye conditions.
I have a special interest in video and learning new approaches to capturing moving images with new technologies in clinical and non-clinical videography.
In 2017, I participated in the annual awards organised by professional body the Institute of Medical Illustrators and won a prestigious gold award.