I am a visual artist working with photography, based in London. My work is inspired by my commitment to equality, freedom and fun. It explores power, urban environments, complexity as a feature of everyday city life and the impact of digital technologies on cities and society.
My practice is conceptually and intuitively driven, responding to the world around me and to the people I work with. I like to put an emphasis on fun and being ‘in the moment’ as an antidote to our disconnected, professionalised contemporary lives.
I studied for my MA in Photography and Urban Cultures at Goldsmiths College, London as part of the Centre for Urban and Community Research. The course is an exploration of the creative interplay between urban theory and the visual representation of urban cultures and places.
I am part of WorkHorse Collective, currently working on the first issue of WerkHaus Zine.