Last summer I completed a Bachelor of Arts in photography, with an interest in portraiture, both on location and in the studio. I am currently looking to build up my experience in working in a commercial studio environment.
I am avid to continue exhibiting personal projects following my undergraduate studies. I want my own images to eulogize a moment in time and to explore how, in the age of the digital, images within a frame can adapt to maintain their power for recollection. This process of eulogisation has become an obsession of mine, drawing its energy from a plethora of sources. My degree show work revolved around the uncovering of an abstract connection between David Hockney’s work and myself, channeled through my father’s appreciation of his work. This led me to contextually recreating the altercations channeled through the images as stage like scenes.
In addition, much of my practice emerges as expression through spoken word. As a confident public speaker, disseminating the work through this medium reinforces the performative tension innate to the process of eulogisation, realising its affect.
I am based in London, UK.
BA (Hons) Photography, London College of Communication, University of the Arts London.
BTEC National Diploma in Photography, Kensington & Chelsea College, London.
Visitor Assistant, Natural History Museum
Peer Mentor, London College of Communication
Student Representative, BA (Hons) Photography, London College of Communication
Student Officer, University of the Arts London Students' Union
Courses & Events Secretary, The Camera Club, London
Studio Assistant, Mum & Dad Studios, London
Student Representative, BTEC Photography, Kensington & Chelsea College
LCC Degree Shows 2017: Media School
London College of Communication, 2017
UAL Olympus Photography Award Show
Art Bermondsey Project Space, London, 2017
Love & Rage
Cookhouse Gallery, Chelsea College of Arts, London, 2017
Paul and Dan Tobin Smith Award, 2017
Public reading of The Academic Year as part of The Teaser by Rut Blees Luxemburg.
Photo London, Somerset House, 2015