I am a newly graduated student of Photography from the University of the Arts London (LCC), awarded with a First Class Honours. I am a creative, friendly, and enthusiatic person to work with, and thoroughly enjoy working within creative teams. Additionally, I am a very detail-orientated, organised and focused worker, therefore excel when tasked with independant projects. I am excited about all things photography, particularly in roles where I am given more creative liberties. I also seek community engagement and social action where possible within my work - passionate about issues affecting queer communities, social equality, and environmental issues. I believe moving conscientiously and with understanding towards others is key to successful teamwork and authentic, successful work outputs. My personal photographic work spans documentary and art photography, often focusing on portraiture. Published three times by the British Journal of Photography before age 20, my work shows a long standing commitment to working immersively and conscientiously with communities in their spaces to document an under-exposed culture and performances of self, often with a view to challenge pervasive cultural norms and perspectives. Special interest in photography work - I specialize in film/analogue photography, but am of course trained and comfortable with digital too! Enthusiascial about all things photography, but particularly photojournalism-related or work in Photographic Darkrooms.
- QTTR - Documentary Photography ProjectQTTR is a photographic portrait of London’s queer tattoo artist community. The work explores how, especially for queer people, decorating and embellishing the body with tattoos can improve and re-frame one’s relationship with their body. Honouring the body in such a way is affirming and healing to many queer people, as well as being a means of displaying their way of knowing and viewing the world, and their connections to society, culture, and place. Standing for Queer Tattoo Artist, qttr is a
- Portrait of Britain Vol.2 (2019)I was selected and published by the British Journal of Photography and Hoxton Mini Press to feature in their first ever 'Portrait of Britain' book. My image below, 'Gary and Erin', was my winning image and was taken as part of a documentary project I made in 2019, photographing Whitby Goth Weekend, a Bi-Annual Goth festival held in North Yorkshire.
- Portrait of Britain (2018)I was selected and published by the British Journal of Photography and Hoxton Mini Press to feature in their first ever 'Portrait of Britain' book. My image below, 'Mod & Rocker', was my winning image and was taken as part of a project I made in 2018 investigating subculture revival. The image was also published in the Portrait Edition of the British Journal of Photography in September 2018.
Freelance PhotographerUniversity of The Arts London (UAL)
London, United KingdomFreelance
Freelance photography work for UAL's Pride campaign and event. Worked with the media, branding and communications teams to deliver a Polaroid photoshoot of UAL's queer students and staff, the images from which were used across their Pride campaign and social media.
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- Film Photography
- 35mm Film Photography
- 120 Film
- Darkroom Printing
- Darkroom Processing
- Colour Darkroom
- Photographic Printing
- Social Media
- Social Media Marketing