Profile

My personal work is best described as documentary landscape and explores the complex relationship between people and place; between us and the spaces we inhabit. It explores how we utilise, shape and exploit these spaces and conversely how this utilisation and exploitation shapes and affects us. In 2015 I joined the MAP6 photography collective, to experiment with new ideas, exhibit work and develop collective projects.

 

Exhibitions and Talks

Invited to speak about the project Passing High by Minclick Talks at the 2015 Bicycle Film Festival 

MAP6 Home Project Exhibition – Hastings Arts Forum Gallery, March/April 2016

MAP6 Home/Lithuania Project – Peckham 24 festival at the Maverick, Safehouses, May 19th-22nd, 2016

RA Summer Exhibition – Alongside Laurie Griffiths, showing a selection piece from the project Babochka

MAP6 The Lithuanian Project – Brighton Photo Fringe 2016 exhibition and talks

Taylor Wessing Portrait Prize Exhibition 2016 – Alongside Laurie Griffiths, showing a selected piece from Babochka

Babochka: A European Power Struggle – Newman Ziegler Associates, London

 

Publications

Ride Journal Issue 9 – Photo essay and words, from the 'What Really Counts?' project 

Portraits featured in Issues four, five and nine of Simpson Magazine

BBC News 'In Pictures' – MAP6 The Lithuanian Project