About

As a freelance photographer I am based in Malvern,
 Worcestershire and also frequently enjoy spending time 
in the Pembrokeshire area.

My passion is capturing sustainable living and environmental issues, with an emphasis on people and places on the edges of mainstream society. 

I am privileged to be able to share my work through public spaces and recognised gallery exhibitions. I have also worked with wide-reaching publications such as: The Guardian; The Observer; The Independent; Self Build and 
Design magazine; Blogosphere Magazine; Marie Claire and Photoworks Annual (Issue 21).

The National Library of Wales holds a selection of photographs from my series ‘To Build A Home’ in their archives.

In 2015, I was pleased to be shortlisted for the Environmental Photographer of the Year.


Biography

After completing an HND in photography in 2003, I spent 4 years in London working as a freelance photographer’s assistant. I returned to Hereford and completed a photography degree in 2008, gaining a First Class hons. My work has been exhibited at The Empire Gallery in London where I won the portraiture categoryof the 2008 DegreeArt Signature Photography Awards. Other exhibitions include: The Hereford Photo Festival, Rhubarb Rhubarb (Birmingham), D&AD (London),The New Designers exhibition (Islington Business Centre) and DKNY in BondStreet’s New Designer’s Showcase.

In 2013 I was awarded a grant from The Arts Council of Wales for a photographic project based on the Lammas Eco Village and the surrounding community. An exhibition of “To Build A Home” was shown at Theatr Mwldan in Cardigan in August 2014 and The Aberystwyth Arts Centre in July 2015.

 

 


 

 

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