As an image-maker, my work often explores themes surrounding identity, the every day, digital, and youth culture. I am inspired on a day to day basis by the people and places I visit. Non-models often feature in the content that I create, which not only documents style but captivates emotions and self-expression, challenging the way we look at others and the world around us. I have always been enticed to use film, whether it be 35mm or 120mm. My work also expands into other areas including art direction, casting, and filmmaking.
- Candy ShopLast week, I got together with one of my Topex models, Tofe. We had planned to meet up to update her polaroids, but it turned into a very fun and spontaneous shoot. Using what we had around us to our advantage, we decided to pop into a shop and kindly ask the person behind the counter if we could shoot some images there. The man actually said no to begin with. We exited the store, and decided to take some quick portraits on the pavement outside. The man from the shop, slowly approached us, and
- Headshots for TOFE - @topexmodelsBack in 2019, I started my own modelling agency as part of my second-year self directed project at University. In February 2021, I formed a partnership with Contact Models. Alongside my full time job, I spend time after work taking headshots of my models, managing and advising them and looking for new jobs for them. Below is some of my most recent images I took of Tofe.
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- MEET THE WINNERS OF THE GFF CLASS OF 2020 AWARDSWe’re thrilled to share the winners for the Class of 2020 Awards, who were recently announced in a webinar awards ceremony. We introduced 5 new awards this year following the news that GFW20 wouldn’t be able to go ahead. In June, a group of industry experts joined us to whittle down the finalists from 10 to 3 graduates for each award, picking only one winner from an incredibly talented selection this year.11
- Meet the GFF 2020 Fashion Photography Award NomineesFashion photography plays a huge part within all aspects of the fashion industry. Graduate Fashion Foundation is proud to support the creative practice of fashion photography and recognises the value it holds within the fashion industry. We are keen to support the ever increasing number of graduates communicating their concepts through fashion photography and celebrate the presence of the ‘image’ in the contemporary fashion industry. Meet the award nominees below!11
Creative director and photographerSamsung UK
London, United KingdomFreelance
• Directed and orchestrated a fashion editorial, using the latest Samsung technology, the Samsung S20 FE. • Creative direction, casting, location scouting and photography; as well as the retouching of the final images, were some of the roles, I performed. • Interviewed each subject and wrote a content piece to go alongisde the images. Key Accomplishments: • The photographs were used on the Samsung KX content hub • Appreciated by the Samsung team for the work produced in the article, including the photographs.
- Bristol, United KingdomFreelance
• Analysed the brand’s values, target audience and competitors, in order to then come up with a strategical marketing plan that would help elevate the brand’s visual identity. • Communicated effectively with the CEO of the brand, to ensure his vision was translated perfectly throughout. • Scouted locations and models, and administered a clear creative deck for the brand’s AW19/20 fashion campaign. Orchestrated the photoshoot and delivered a set of retouched images. Key Accomplishments: • Accomplished long term valued employee.
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- Adobe Photoshop
- Adobe Indesign
- 120 Film
- 35mm Film Photography
- Editing Photos
- Editor Film
The Dean's list AwardUniversity of the West of EnglandI was awarded The Dean's List Award for two consecutive years (2017-2019). The award is described as an academic award, or notation used to recognize the level of high scholarship demonstrated by students in a college or university