I am a street photographer working primarily in and around my home town of Bristol, UK. Practising this style of photography allows me to capture the humour, mundanity, beauty and inelegance of daily life in our urban environment.
Initially inspired by Eric Kim, I then took a street photography course led by Matt Hart and then another by Paul Russell. I have since found pleasure in work by Bruce Gilden, Matt Stuart, David Gibson and Martin Parr among many others. I am constantly learning about the history and techniques that photographers past and present have used to produce street images. My preference is to work in colour as that is how I experience the world.
My work is predominantly candid and made in public spaces. It isn’t set up, posed or directed. This is life, as it happens.
|August 2018||Street London, D&AD, London. – Print featured in Print Swap exhibition|
|July 2018||The Other Art Fair, Passenger Shed, Bristol. – Five prints featured as part of the IgersBristol Brick vs Bloom exhibition.|
|October 2017||Art on a Postcard, theprintspace gallery, London. – One of the featured artists|
|August 2017||Street London, D&AD, London. – Print featured in Street Swap exhibition|
|July 2018||Bristol 24/7 Instagram Showcase (print and online)|
|May 2018||Bristol 24/7 Instagram Showcase (print and online)|
|February 2018||Bristol 24/7 Instagram Showcase (print and online)|
|March 2017||Bristol 24/7 Instagram Showcase (print and online)|
Awards & Recognition
|November 2018||PRSC Proper Bristol Competition – Shortlisted as a finalist|
|November 2018||British Photography Awards – Shortlisted in the Street category|