Theresa May at the Conservative Party Spring Forum in Cardiff, South Wales.
Peter Capaldi and Pearl Mackie spotted during filming for Doctor Who at Cardiff University's Main Building in Cardiff, South Wales.
Julie and Brian Williams, owners of Perriswood archery centre in Penmaen, Gower, with their Great Dane Major who is in the running to be named the tallest dog in the world by the Guinness Book of Records. PIC Matthew Horwood © WALES NEWS SERVICE
Graduation photography in Cardiff, south Wales
CARDIFF, WALES - JULY 11: Cardiff Met Graduation ceremony at the Wales Millennium Centre on July 11, 2017 in Cardiff, Wales.(Photo by Matthew Horwood)
Royal Mail - press photography
LLANTRISANT, WALES - DECEMBER 16: Mail workers process Christmas mail at the Royal Mail Christmas sorting office in Llantrisant on December 16, 2016 in Llantrisant, Wales. Hundreds of temporary workers are employed over the Christmas period to process the increased volume of mail. (Photo by Matthew Horwood)
Cardiff fan zone - press photography
CARDIFF, WALES - JULY 01: Welsh football fans watch the Wales v Belgium Euro 2016 quarter-final match on a big screen at the Cardiff fan zone in Coopers Field on July 1, 2016 in Cardiff, Wales. (Photo by Matthew Horwood)
Usain Bolt 100m - sport photography
Usain Bolt wins gold in the London 2012 Olympics. (Photo by Matthew Horwood/Media Wales)
Prime Minister David Cameron - press photography
British Prime Minister David Cameron announced he is to resign after the UK voted to leave the European Union in a referendum on June 23. (Photo by Matthew Horwood)
Lottery winner - advertising photography
bog snorkelling - editorial photography
A competitor takes part in the World Bog Snorkelling Championships held at Waen Rhydd Bog on August 30, 2015 in Llanwrtyd Wells, Wales. Competitors travel from all over the world to compete in the event. (Photo by Matthew Horwood)
editorial studio photography
Welsh comedian, singer and entertainer Max Boyce photographed for WM Weekend Magazine. (Photo by Matthew Horwood)
A zombie during the 2.8 Hours Zombie Apocalypse event in Cardiff. 2.8 Hours Later is a virtual apocalyptic chase game where an army of zombies hunt players on a mission to collect supplies throughout the city. (Photo by Matthew Horwood)
advertising food photography
Food photography for the Park House restaurant in Cardiff, Wales. (Photo by Matthew Horwood)
Adventurer Jeff Smith photographed for the Western Mail newspaper. (Photo by Matthew Horwood)
Winter fashion shoot for the Western Mail newspaper at Winter Wonderland in Cardiff, Wales. (Photo by Matthew Horwood)
A dejected Wales fan at the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff, Wales, following Wales' defeat to France in the rugby world cup. (Photo by Matthew Horwood)
Swansea City FC celebrate on an open-top bus after being promoted to the premier league. (Photo by Matthew Horwood)
Singer Cerys Matthews photographed for the Western Mail newspaper. (Photo by Matthew Horwood)
Cardiff City centre at sunset. Pictured is the Millennium Stadium and River Taff. (Photo by Matthew Horwood)
Cardiff-based press and PR photography services
I am a professional freelance photographer with over 10 years’ experience working for the local and national press, based in Cardiff, South Wales I specialise in creative Press, Public Relations and Corporate/Commercial photography.
Clients include national newspapers and agencies, businesses and leading PR and marketing companies.
For booking enquiries you can email me or contact me at 0772 500 2000