I am an artist/photographer born in London (UK), currently living and working in Victoria, BC (Canada) whose practice is in both photography and sculpture. Since graduating from Winchester School of Art (UK) with a BA in Fine Art, my approach to photography has become more and more experimental, where transformations occur in-camera, at times producing semi-abstract imagery. During these explorations I try to record both the visible and the invisible, to reveal something beyond our human perception. A three-dimensional element is then often introduced using these photographs as a raw material, before the final work is presented.
Over the years I have been fortunate to exhibit my work in a variety of venues and at numerous photo festivals, in countries across four continents. These have included Format International Photography Festival (2015 and 2011 editions), Derby; Brighton Photo Fringe Festival (2018, 2016, 2009 and 2006 editions); PhotoIreland Festival, Dublin; Ways Of Looking Photography Festival, Bradford; Rencontres d’Arles, International Photography Festival, France; ACTINIC Festival, Edinburgh; The Desert Festival, Central Australia; Five Points Gallery, Connecticut; Fotogalerie Wien, Vienna; Photofusion and A.P.T Gallery, London; Millais Gallery, Southampton; Old Museum Arts Centre, Belfast; and Milton Keynes Gallery.
My work is held in both private and public collections and I was recently awarded the inaugural Glover Rayner Prize for photography. I received a grant from the Eaton Fund in 2017 and was also the recipient of the Hotshoe Photofusion Award in 2015.
Longer edited CV can be found here