About

I am a portrait and event photographer working in and around London. I also study with The Open College of the Arts (OCA) developing a creative and academic practice where I aim to explore the way technology and digital media are changing and disrupting our perception of reality, destabilising and undoing what was certain, affecting our relationship with language, and at times allowing voices traditionally silenced to be heard. I try to look at the benefits as well as the costs of this seismic revolution. As well as working with moving images and still, along with text, I use found and original imagery - nowadays, how images are used feels just as important, if not more so, than the making of them.

I have been awarded a bursary by the OCA to complete my degree and was thrilled to receive a 90% mark in the latest round of assessments. I was equally pleased to read in my report, “This is comprehensive, inventive and experimental work, disseminated in a form which explores debates beyond a simple education course forum. This can only bode well for your professional practice and research in the future.”

I am also mother to three boys, aged 15, 11 and 7. They very kindly let me photograph them regularly.

This site is dedicated to personal work as well as some OCA assignments. Visit my commercial site for further information about headshots and family portraiture or my OCA learning blog here.


Ongoing & Previous Projects

2019

A rumour reached the village, group show in conjunction with Pic London and London College of Communication, 10th - 19th October, Lewisham Art House

Image accepted for Shutter Hub STREET/FORM exhibition in Rotterdam, 9th - 15th September

Image accepted for Shutter Hub exhibition at Festival Pil'Ours, France, 1st July - 31st August

Audio Visual projects Origin of the Common-Place and Polar Inertia accepted by Pic London After School Collective for workshops and collaborative development

Image published in Spring edition of fLIP, London Independent Photographery’s magazine

Image included in Shutterhub's Everything I Ever Learnt exhibition at the ARB in Cambridge, March 28th - 3rd May

2018 

i will have call you (sic) exhibited to an invited group of people

Polar Inertia and Let it Stand - included in the Open College of the Arts (OCA) Showcase exhibition, celebrating 30 years of open access art education, OXO Tower Wharf Gallery

Image accepted for LIP30 exhibition at Espacio Gallery

2017

Nexus at Oxford House with Keith Greenough and John Umney

Portrait of a Pub 

2016

Nord-Pas-de-Calais-Picardie chosen as part of a member's exhibition at Bank Street Arts in Sheffield