My work stems from a documentary approach that is intuitive and visceral. It is led by my fascination with human behavior, cultural and psychological identity and the contrasts that divide the world through opposing beliefs and traditions. Central to my practice is the assimilation of individual ideas that merge and reconfigure to enable the expression of a unique narrative. Through experimentation with technical constraints and specific approaches I seek what lies below the surface, unnoticed and often ignored. I'm interested in developing a visual language that sits in limbo, betwixt and between, blurring the boundaries of genres, modes, disciplines and realms.

Dahlia, 7 weeks


My portrait of Dahlia taken when she was 7 weeks old will be on exhibit at MShed, Bristol until November 3rd. One of 60 portraits selected for The Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize. It is also Dahlia's first passport photo.