"I am a Documentary Photographer, Writer, and Researcher.
I began working as a professional Photographer in 2013, after graduating in Fine Art. I have since taken on many roles contributing pictures to websites, businesses, newspapers, and galleries. One of my proudest achievements is to have featured in Zurich Portrait Prize in 2018, exhibiting at the National Gallery of Ireland. The following year, I took part in the Museum of London's first major photography show, London Nights.
I work with landscape and narrative, using photography to think about the future. Recently this has meant confronting the destruction of nature. I have been working collaboratively, and I use visual language to communicate scientific research. As an extension of this, I have been writing to evaluate the successes and failures of nature photography in tackling conservation issues.
Last year I was Photographer in Residence at The Margate School, a new liberal arts school that offers an MA in Fine Art. The residency was titled Art, Society, and Nature.
Exhibitions: National Gallery of Ireland. Museum of London. P3 London. London Gallery West. Margate House. Vortigern. The Harbour Arm Gallery. Marine Studios. Resort Studios. Reimagining Place.
Residencies: The Margate School (Liberal Arts).
Publications: The Independent. London Metro. Evening Standard. Thanet Gazette.
Education: MA Photojournalism and Documentary Photography at the University of the Arts London. BA Mixed Media Fine Art at The University of Westminster.