Born and raised in West London, Malcolm was given his first camera at the age of four, and has never looked back since.

Specialising in Fashion & Beauty, Malcolm graduated from Art college in 1988, heading straight to the major London studios. Experience with photographers such as Adrian Bradbury and Alison Guest proved invaluable, leading to an offer to assist advertising and Royal photographer John Swannell, working on everything from Vogue to a family Christmas portrait for the late Princess of Wales.

In May 1995, Malcolm set up as a photographer in his own right. Based in London, editorials have been shot in many locations around the world including; London, New York, Miami, Antigua, France, Jamaica and South Africa.

Equally at home in the studio, beautiful quality and lighting have become the trademarks of Malcolm’s work, bringing out a subtle sensuality, equally appealing to both men & women, a genuine celebration of beauty.

In the world of fashion, British hairdressers are widely acclaimed to be the best, and Malcolm has formed a number of strong relationships with some of the most influential hairdressers & hairdressing brands.

He has helped his clients win many awards over the past ten years, consistently shooting collections that get his clients noticed, while building his reputation as a world-renowned fashion & beauty photographer.

Advertising campaigns have included: Boots, Marks & Spencer, Sun Alliance, Mark Hill Electrical and Hair Cosmetics, Morphy Richards, Hairaisers, Wella, Cobella, Goldwell, Liberty & Co, Racoon and Regis International.

Editorial credits: Tatler, Marie Claire, Cosmopolitan, OK Magazine, The Daily Telegraph, The Independent, The Daily Mail, The Daily Express and Sunday Express Magazine, Creative Head, Hairdressers Journal, Hair Magazine and many other major National and International publications.


Mark Hill, Twice British Hairdresser of the Year

“Malcolm has been fundamental in 14 of our British Award winning campaigns, including twice British Hairdresser of the Year, twice Avant Garde Hairdresser of the Year, 6 Northern Hairdresser of the Year titles, and the British Team of the Year. Malcolm is forever the ultimate professional. His eye for detail and his extraordinary lighting has made him a must have whenever we do any photographic shoots, his totally approachable attitude has always made him a firm favourite. He is a truly inspirational photographer. With so many awards to his credit, Malcolm will inspire all who work with him.”

Phil Smith, Toni & Guy, British Hairdresser of the Year Nominee
“I have worked with Malcolm on many shoots and admire his skill, technique and patience! Malcolm submerges himself in the shoot and is on hand for all aspects of planning the shoot. His advice and experience is priceless.”
Beverly C, Twice British Hairdresser of the Year
“It’s so important to work with the best team to achieve the ultimate image - which is why I always work with Malcolm. He is totally visionary, creative and never afraid to break the boundaries. He also has the unique quality of interpreting your storyboard and taking it to another level. Malcolm has created some of my best images to date and he is a pleasure to work with each and every time.”
Hooker & Young, Schwarzkopf Professional British Colour Technicians
“Malcolm is a pleasure to work with. He fully adopts the brief and takes on board all of your ideas, incorporating them into the perfect shot.”
Roberta Resta, Fashion Editor of SKIN Magazine
“It is great working with Malcolm because what I like to hear from a photographer is light light light and Malcolm knows about lights!!!

In a period when everybody wants to be a photographer for the glamour of it, relying more on post production via photoshop than being able to visualize the story before shooting, his pictures look beautiful already in camera.

Malcolm also understands the importance of teamwork in creating great images. He is a good captain to bring the best from a team, making beautiful images that embrace the best of new technology with all the skills of the old.”