I am a photographer and director working across art, fashion, portrait and moving image. I wrote and directed my debut short film We Were Swimming upon graduating from LCC in 2016. It was well received claiming the Best Cinematography award from Feedback Female Film Festival and included in the Aesthetica Art Prize Future Now exhibition in York in 2017. In addition to this I have directed and produced a number of music videos, including one for soul singer Etta Bond for her Love Me Up track. I am experienced in e-commerce photography and hold a concrete understanding of studio lighting, Capture One and Photoshop. I also shoot on film, and understand analog processes including medium format and negative scanning.Locked Pro Plan feature
Shooting still life images for various accounts. Setting up appropriate lighting, utilising Capture One and managing codes via Run My Process.
HUB is an independent clothing and accessories boutique based in Hackney. I have the sole responsibility of shooting model and product photography, generating their e-commerce imagery.
I was hired by M2M Media to prepare a series of internal videos and photographs to be used in their pitch to a potential business client.
I would assist the owners of the studio on commercial and editorial shoots. I was responsible for opening up and closing the studio, setting up lighting and backdrops, monitoring CaptureOne during the shoot and trouble shooting technical issues. Painting backgrounds and floors
During this internship I worked with commercial clients such as Tesco and Clarkes Shoes. I assisted with the production of photo-shoots, liaison with PR companies, meticulous recording of shot items in excel, collection and return of garments and props. Attended London Fashion Week and reported through USED’s social media accounts.
Through the theoretical and practical research I undertook at LCC I developed an interest in how women are represented, by themselves or others, within art and film. My third year dissertation was entitled Acts of Subversion as Sublimation: Rebellious Women in Art and concentrated on the ways in which women subvert common narratives of what it is to be female. Drawing on similar themes as my thesis, my final degree piece was a short film called We Were Swimming and told the story of a complex intimacy between two teenage girls.