I am a photographer and multimedia and events producer living in East Sussex and working in E.Sussex and London. My work has been exhibited and published nationally and internationally in solo and group shows and media including FACT, The Guardian & Observer, Village Voice, Dazed, XLR8R and Art Forum. Much of my work is concerned with music, communities and environments. I create compelling narratives and content, working closely with clients, collaborators and subjects to ensure authenticity. My blog Drumz Of The South and associated photograph’s, events, interviews and mixes for example, are considered seminal to the documentation and growth of the early Dubstep scene 2004 onwards. I have collaborated with artists and labels including Burial, Ashes57, Vex’d, Souljazz and DMZ. I graduated with a 1st degree BA (Hons) Fine Art with Combined Media at Croydon College in 2010 with her work ‘Transcending The Photographic Surface,” an installation of auto-biographical photographic sculpture. Work since then has included community arts facilitation and curation. I recently created an immersive installation of photography and music at Tate Modern titled "Who Wants A Rewind?" I lecture on Photography, Grime and Youth Culture Selected Clients & Collaborators: FACT / The Guardian & Observer / BBC / The Times / The Village Voice / Art Forum / Qvest / Dazed & Confused / Converse / XLR8R / Time Out / Shoes Up / Tsugi / R.A / Knowledge / Groove / Taz / Trap / Hyperdub / Burial / Souljazz / Tempa / DMZ / MoS / The Society for Curious Thought / UCL Urban Laboratory / Caught By The River / Woofah As seen on: Wikipedia, BBC Sound of Dubstep Documentary, Le Cool LDN, Uncarved, Guardian 10 years of FWD>>, Time OutLocked Pro Plan feature
Music related content.