I am an artist working with photography and installation, based in London. My work is inspired by my commitment to equality, freedom and fun. It explores power, complexity as a feature of everyday urban life and the impact of digital technologies on cities and society.
Recent series’ include; “Something there is that doesn’t love a wall” a photographic exploration of the redevelopment of King’s Cross and “Deliverwho : Threshold Anxiety“, looking at changes in consumer behaviour and the rise of home deliveries through a series of portraits of delivery men, combined with a textual self-portrait through the items I ordered. You can also read about my recent project “Instagram Imaginaries”, which I have not made available digitally.
My work is conceptually and intuitively driven, responding to the world around me and to the people I work with. I put an emphasis on fun and being ‘in the moment’ as an antidote to our disconnected, professionalised contemporary lives.
I am about to graduate from the Photography and Urban Cultures MA at Goldsmiths College, London, which explores the creative interplay between urban theory and the visual representation of urban cultures and places.
I recently co-curated a group show which took place in October 2018 in London as part of photomonth & in Brighton as part of Brighton Photo Fringe. You can read more about the exhibition on our website: www.citystorieslondon.com