When he wasn’t weighed down with photography gear Ed was formerly ranked amongst the world’s leading whitewater kayakers, and is proficient across the spectrum of adventure sports. In his spare time he gets stuck into his own adventures whether that be by kayak, bike, ski, climb or run. But he is rarely spotted without his camera.
“Ed’s unique combination of skills as a photographer, writer and outdoor professional, make him far more than a photographer, he is an asset to any team, a flexible team player able to work in the most extreme of environments. This along with the ability to establish relationships with anyone, makes him a pleasure to work with and be around.”Deb Pinniger – World Champion Kayaker and Expedition Leader
“Ed’s ability to come up with the goods on both a professional and performance level has always impressed”Jason Smith – Editor, Warners Group Publications
“Ed is a true professional, regardless of tough situations. A master at building a rapport, Ed’s passion for photography can be seen in his excellent results. An incredibly sharp eye, a taste for adventure and a solid pair of hands.”Nina Saada – Producer at Sky News
“As photographer for one of the toughest one-day endurance races in the UK, Ed somehow manages to get those impossible shots, whether at the swim finish or from the tops of the seven munros. Ed’s photos not only transport you back to the beautiful Highlands of Scotland, which is always a special feeling, but we are always confident that Ed will deliver excellent shots that we can use for our future promotion of the event.”Amy Fairbairn – Media & Communications Manager, Mercy Corps
“We have worked with Ed on a number of paddlesports, winter and mountain biking shoots. The quality of shots produced never disappoint and we are keen to continue working with him based on his creativity, passion for the outdoors and flexibility when dealing with our varying requests and requirements.”Lisa Anderson – Marketing & PR Manager, Glenmore Lodge