Gaz has been a photographer for over 30 years and has been extensively published in many books, calendars, magazines and online, as well as in UK campaigns for the charities Terrence Higgins Trust and Diversity Role Models.
His theatre work has seen him shoot many UK independent productions including award winning Edinburgh Fringe shows for Glenn Chandler (Boys of the Empire Productions) and is the in-house photographer for The Above The Stag Theatre (the only LGBTQ+ UK theatre) shooting over 30 productions for them, including the legendary yearly Pantomimes, the award winning Grindr - the Opera, Andy Bell in Torsten - the Beautiful Libertine and the recent Queereteria TV, as well as Jonathan Harvey’s plays : Beautiful Thing, Rupert Street Lonely Hearts Club and Boom Bang-a-Bang.
Gaz has been associated with the Make a Difference Trust (Theatre MAD) for over 6 years producing production and promotional shots for West End Bares, West End Eurovision and A West End Christmas and has become their chief photographer and photography co-ordinator on the shows, including working with West End casts from Hamilton, Kinky Boots, Les Misérables, and Phantom of The Opera to name just a few. He was very proud to have photographed Sir Michael Ball for the cover of the West End Bares calendar, the sale of which helped raise funds for those living with HIV and AIDS.
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Looking the Other Way - Espacio Gallery, Shoreditch, London. Nov 2018 (part of Photomonth)
Gods and Monsters - Above the Stag Theatre. June/Aug 2018 (solo exhibition - see galleries page)
GPN17 - 117 Wallis Road. London E9. July/Aug 2017 (part of Hackney Wicked)
Singout! - Above the Stag Theatre, London. July/Dec 2016 (solo exhibition - see galleries page)
DRAMA - Above the Stag Theatre. June/July 2015 (part of Pride Arts Festival)
Floriography - Above the Stag Theatre. June/July 2014 (solo exhibition)
Deep Desires 2 - Riverside Studios, London. March 2014
Gayzed - Strand Gallery, London. October 2013
Beyond Words - Foyles, London. July 2013
f20-12 - Strand Gallery, London. July 2012 (part of Pride Arts Festival)
Deep Desires - Riverside Studios, London. March 2012